Adding several dedicated ADSL connections for teleworkers and branch offices

Discussion in 'Windows Small Business Server' started by Jonny Yen, Aug 24, 2006.

  1. Jonny Yen

    Jonny Yen Guest

    Essentially the bandwidth for our SBS2000 is too low and we are in such a
    remote location where it isnt currently possible to upgrade beyond 256kbps
    upstream and 128kbps downstream. The size of the business has grown to
    such a point that it is not possible to operate on a single DSL line. We
    now have 30+ remote users trying to access the Terminal Server from Branch
    Offices and Teleworkers.

    I don't want to go down the road of Bonded ADSL or Load Balancing - I'm
    still a rookie as far as SBS and networking is concerned and I find the
    hardware required for bonded ADSL far too complex!

    What I propose is to stay with a single ADSL connection for my Head Office
    user to access the internet and send/receive email. This has worked fine in
    the past and should continue to do so.

    I will also add 3 more ADSL connections (3 new telephone line and 3 new
    Draytek Viogor 2800 DSL routers). This is hardware that I am very familiar
    with as our Head Office and Branch Offices all have them. These will be
    'dedicated' lines for my 30+ remote users. They will all have static IP
    addresses so that that 3 groups of 10 users will access the SBS2003 server
    using a different IP. Port forwarding will be configured on each router to
    point RDP at the internal NIC of the SBS2003 server (192.168.0.100).

    Does this sound feasible? Can anyone point out any potential problems with
    the plan?

    Thanks
    Jon
     
    Jonny Yen, Aug 24, 2006
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