We have recently purchased an asterisk based IP PBX, it is hosted in-house which uses Grandstream IP GXP1405 Phones. We have configured and installed. we are able to receive calls and dial out. Unfortunately our infrastructure was not up to par with the PBX. We purchased an SG300 20 port switch, with two RV320 VPN Dual Wan Routers. We have a total of 4 offices. this is the current setup:
HQ 1 - Asterisk Based IP PBX, RV320 VPN router, & SG300
HQ2 - RV320 VPN Router
Office 1 - Simple Linksys Router
Office 2 - Simple Linksys Router
We have established connectivity using the Tunnels incorporated onto the RV320 Routers, so we are able to connect to the HQ locations.
However since the RV320 has dual WAN setup's, we have now have 2 Internet Connections independent from each other. Our goal is to perform the following:
WAN 1 = to be used for Data Traffic
WAN 2 = to be used for Voice Traffic
We would like to do this by separating the VLAN's and directing the traffic from one VLAN to a specific WAN using the equipment above.
We are having issues establishing the voice VLAN and redirecting the traffic once created.
Any help would be appreciated it.