Can I divide T1 internet connection into two offices with different subnet?
First of I would like to THANKS to even try to help me with this, so let me start my scenarios.
Building A (both building right next to each other)
1. I have a T1 internet connection with 30 static available IP range.
2. T1 is connected to my ASA5510 into eth0/0 (which is Outbound), on ASA5510 eth0/1 is my Inbound (where the LAN & VLANs are which consist of three Cisco 3560 switches) , ASA5510 eth0/2 is my DMZ (Exchange & DC also using 2 static IPs).
3. Cisco 3560 sw1 is physically connected to sw4 on Building B. (all have cisco 3560 & are on it's on vlan for management)
Building B (on different subnet)
1. Have DSL internet connected to a netgear router witch is connected to cisco 3560 sw4.
I would like to get rid of Building B DSL internet and share the T1 from Building A. Is it possible for me to do this?
What I know is just run the internet wire from Building A sw1 to sw4 on Building B and it should give T1 internet access. HOWEVER that will be the same subnet as Building A which I don't want. I want Building B to be on its own subnet but share the T1 internet connection from Building A.
If i'm missing any information please let me know, but I do GREATLY appreciate any help.