a customer in Bern was scheduled to move to a new location (outside of
the city). They have arranged in advance for connectivity, notably a
leased line to a foreign country to the company's HQ with another
company (I was not involved with that).
However, it seems the new leased line will be delayed for some reason,
so the customer and I proposed, as an emergency plan, an alternative
emergency plan using temporary ADSL links and VPNs.
The ADSL links are apparently functionnal and ready, one problem less.
However, the bandwidth offered by this emergency temporary solution may
be insufficient (I don't have the figures yet, but I am worried).
Is there a way to very quickly set up a leased line or equivalent
between the old site (Bern) and the new site (around Bern) at say 2 MBps
symmetric ? Quickly is: should work on next tuesday.
Any small and dynamic company able to do that ? Some way to blackmail
Swisscom? Use army material (faisceaux hertziens) ? :)
I am open to any (feasiable) idea!
(and sorry to use this list as a consulting source, but it seems swinog
is my only source on this issue).