We have a point to point connection going from a regional office to the main office this is provided by a Service Provider. In our office we have an ISP and what we need to prevent from happening is that if the internet drops from the ISP we could somehow re-direct the internet traffic through this point to point connection and make it so that our Internet connection is pulled from the main office. Is this possible, if so is any hardware needed? is it just a matter of re-configuring? please assist! Thank you.
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Can you explain your situation using punctuation as well. I can hardly understand, sorry for the inconvenice.
So can you access internet? Which office can access internet? Main office or Regional Office? State other networking problem also
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so you need help in setting up a failover solution to prevent your internet server from crashing and still have internet access, right?
--> Therefore we need to know if if is possible to re-route Network Traffic using the ptp so that our internet requests are pulled from the …
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