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Remove VoIP via VPN?

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Apr 19th, 2001
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What remote office VoIP options are available today? We have applications that need remote people at home offices. Looking at the 827 series DSL router, is there a possibility of VPNing into the corporate network [dynamic IP on the router's WAN DSL interface] (which has Call Managers) and locating a remote IP phone? Or with the 827-4V router, is this possible with standard phones?


Obviously, QOS could not be gaurunteed over and ISP's DSL connection, although we are willing to give it a try, especially using G.729a.

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ssoberlik Wed, 04/25/2001 - 07:22
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The 827 with the analog voice ports should be a perfect home office solution. For a home office (single line) you shouldn’t have to implement QoS. Your DSL service provider shouldn’t have any problem with a 56k voice stream and some data. Setup IPSec on it and you’re all set.

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