Thank you in advance for your help, experts.
I have a family friend that owns a small company with 2 locations (10 pcs on one end, and 5 on the other). They have static IP addresses - their internet connection is a Wireless connection (DSL and Cable not available).
He would like to setup some way for the PCs at both locations to be able to talk to each other. I am thinking about purchasing 2 x Cisco1811 routers, connecting them to the ethernet connection provided by the wireless devices located at each location, and setting up a site- to-site VPN connection using these devices.
First of all, does this sound like something that's workable/doable? Second, if it is doable, does anybody know these routers well enough to tell me if it is something that I should be able to do within the SDM (GUI), or if there will be a lot of command line configuration required. And, finally, can anybody give me the steps I would have to perform to get this to work properly - or a website I can go to that will give me a step-by-step procedure to complete this task with these routers.
We don't have a ton of money, just enough for the equipment, and want to make sure it's something that will even be possible if the equipment is purchased in this scenario - before delving head first into it. And if it is possible, we want to make sure it's something that we'll be able to actually do ourselves - hence the step-by-step procedures requested.
I am very tech savy, and actually had my CCNA quite a few years ago, so I know my way around most routers (for the most part). However, things have changed, and I want to make sure I can handle this before commiting to him.
Thanks a bunch, experts - you're my saving grace...