Hello, I have a client who has multiple offices and currently everything is tied together via IPSec tunnels via ASA5505s main office has 3/3 bonded T1 and the branch offices have T1 or DSL The latency is too high to get good quality with VoIP and I was thinking about the possibility of doing point to point T1s. Can anyone explain to me how that works? I have literally no experience with Point to Point T1s and I have never seen them used. So if I have my external IP of 10.10.10.2 or something and my internal DHCP scope ofof 192.168.1.1-192.168.1.255 Where would I fit that in? Could I route it so the workstations in the branch offices get DHCP from the Server in the main office? Or how would it be done? We want to use VoIP phones and we would be running Thin Clients on the other end. The only thing is that there are network printers on the branch-office side as well so I need them to be seen from the main servers easily. Its about 50 computers in the head office and 10 thin clients in the remote office + 2 network printers I hope that made sense and I hope someone can shed some light on it for me! Next step is to look into MPLS, but I was wondering if someone could explain this for me first. Thanks!