There will be 2 scenario, scenario A and scenario B (as attach)
We would like to ask on how to connect between HP router (BPL RTR) to Cisco 1841 router. Is it possible? People from outside server need to have connectivity to our server. BPL RTR is just using leased line, not internet.
Can the BPL RTR connect to the Cisco ASA 5510 directly so that there is connectivity from outside server to our server. Same as above BPL RTR using leased line.
Kindly recommend us which one is better and easy to do the configuration. Do we need to put NAT as from scenario A or any solution?
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