|what I mean is device at 192.168.1.20 and .1.54 list the gateway for that subnet .1.100|
same is true for the devices on the x.x.2.x network would list .2.101 as gateway.
No changes to any routers needed. I am not getting what the issue is. You should have no difficulties access the internet from these two legs.
The routers should already know/discovered the route to the internet. That is what RIP, OSPF or EIGRP are all about.
So what's the story here? or is this a practice exam question?
One thing is odd with your ip plan. That is the connection of two sites into the one. You can't use the same subnet for all. One leg would be at .100 but the other leg would be at say .99 and the one router at the main site would have a subinterface on the wan port of both .100 and .99
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