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« on: Wednesday 20 June 2018, 11:04:16 pm »

I am uploading a picture of current infrastructure, maybe visual form can explain things better than written form.

Picture here: i68 tinypic com 67myyb.jpg (In Red is how I want to configure the connection between both offices)

There are two Offices:
- owned by same person, so information/resources are exchanged on daily basis
- but both Offices have different company names, so have different configurations as best suited.

both offices have
- own Telephones
- own Internet Line
- own WindowsServer (ADDS, DNS, DHCP, File Server)

Shared are
- Printers
- File Sharing
- Lately Internet as well (because Office A has 400mbps Internet connection whereas Office B has only 4mbps)

As of now both offices are connected to each other through a direct LAN cable that connects Switch from Office A to Office B. I want to connect them the LAN cable from Endian in Office A to Endian in Office B.
Is it just as simple as selecting the right Endian Profile (Green, Orange, Blue) on both sides?
if yes then what do I use on each Endian?
if No, then how can this be achieved?

They should still be able to share resources with each other
Office should still be able to use faster Internet of Office A (Internet from Office B itself should either be taken out or serve as Failover Internet Connection).

Please help me understand the best configuration for the scenario. Thanks
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« Reply #1 on: Monday 25 June 2018, 05:31:55 pm »


from the network scheme it seems that you are using Endian enterprise so please open a ticket on https://help.endian.com
Your configuration can be archived by using only one Endian and since your LAN on both offices are the same you should place them on the GREEN
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