My issue is with the binding of the HSRP address to the SIP packets; the way this is currently configured is that the packets routing to the ITSP have an IP source of the "external" interface's (gi0/1) HSRP address - as required by ITSP (and firewall rules). However, packets routing to the PBX from the "internal" interface (gi0/0) are also sourced from the Gi0/1 HSRP address and consequently are dropped by the internal firewall.
What I need is the CUBE to source the IP Packets from HSRP address of the interface that they leave on. Is the only way to achieve this to source nat them? or am I missing something fundamental?
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