I have a network question I'm a little confused about. I am a CCNA but haven't had to deal with this yet. I have a main site with a cisco router 2600 series and a remote site with a 2600 series. My questions pertain to the remote site. At the remote site I have the employee vlan and a video vlan. We have an internet connection at both sites.
What I would like is the employee network to use the internet connection at it's own site and the video network traffic to go to the main site (all the traffic including internet).
I don't know how to force all traffic from the video network using the vlan or subnet address to the main site and still have the employee network use the internet connection on site.
The remote router has two ethernet connections, 1 for the DSL internet and 1 for the trunk to the switch that is all internal networks (video and employee). The sites are connected via a t1.
Main site is 192.168.1.1, remote site is 192.168.3.1 vlan 1, and the subnet for the video vlan is 192.168.14.0 vlan 14. Local DSL internet is 192.168.130.1.
Using nat I have no problem sending traffic out the dsl. I've also used two default routes using different cost so if the dsl fails it will go to the Indy network and use that internet. Now, if I can just figure out how to split them. It's probably something really simple, but I don't know.
Thanks for your help... I appreciate it already!!!!!!!!!!!!!