Access internet over 2 VPN routers (RV340) connected by ethernet
I hope someone can help me with this question. If I have 2 offices in close proximity can I link them securely using 2 RV340? Besides, 1 office is connected to an ISP while the other is not. So the setup I am thinking of is this:
Router B (WAN2) connects to Router A(WAN2) over ethernet with a site to site VPN. Router A(WAN1) connects to ISP1. Will people on Router B be able to get internet access via Router A and at the same time access to network resources attached to Router A? Router B(WAN1) is for future connection to ISP2. So I will have both offices backing up one another in case one of the ISP goes down.
I plan to purchase the RV340 if this idea is doable. Appreciate if anyone can share their expertise.
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