I dont see any issues with it other than the fact that you will need to set up your firewall to allow sip and rtp packets between the sites. The only issue will be with the firewall..as long as you configure it properly, I don't see any issues at all
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If you have access to both ASA's I would just create a site-2-site VPN between them with some NAT exempt! It's a 2min job using the wizard on the ASA then you are not messing around with opening ports etc.
Plus your pushing your voice over a VPN tunnel rather than just out onto the internet!
If you do go down the road of port forwarding watch out for port 5060:
I don´t have VPN tunnel with the ASAs, so i think that the second option is good for me (NAT).
Can you point me to the correct documentation about configuring it or if you have an example about this please point me to it.. i have a CUBE for Site A and Site B but i don´t know how configure it for this purpose.
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