I'm setting up an office for 6 developers in San Diego in the next week or so. I have a C3560 24-port and an ASA5505. I have VLAN'ed the first 12 ports for data and the last 12 for voice.
I am assuming that I can use the ASA to direct data traffic out to the Internet and connect voice via a static VPN to route directly to our internal network. We are using an ASA5510 at the main office. We are also using Avaya VOIP phones. We have a similar setup in Idaho with developers there, but are using two separate DSL lines and firewalls for the voice and data. (I did not set that one up.)
Wondering if there is anything special I need to know before heading down. Can the ASA handle a separate set of routes; one to pass Internet traffic out and the other to route through a static VPN? Is this even possible?
I am attaching a simple schematic showing what we want to do.
Thanks in advance.