I have a question about some voip/vpn configuration. I've got two sites that have 1760 routers with fxo/fxs cards that are going to be tieing the two phone systems together with a couple of voip trunks. These are secondary devices on the network with no data traffic or real LAN even, but addressed with a 2nd wan ip on the fa 0/0 port. The only traffic going through these routers is voice/voip.
My question is about this voip setup with vpn. First off, should I or shouldn't I? If I configure a site-to-site vpn connection, will the voip traffic pass over that? How would I set up a VPN tunnel for only the fxo/fxs cards with no "LAN" behind it? Is there a need to have a vpn? Any benefits to sending the voip data across vpn, other than the obvious encryption of the "call"?
Here's my voip configuration as it sits on the bench in testing; I have both fa 0/0 interfaces connected to the local LAN just for a connection and testing, but each will later be getting it's own static WAN IP on the fa 0/0 interfaces:
You will probably get better answers if you post this over in some of the VPN forums. I'm guessing most people here are going to be more familiar with the voice configuration rather than the VPN design.
I would, but I already have. I've got like 4x posts going for the last couple of weeks, just keep adding another one in different topics, like VPN, Unified C & V both in general and Video over IP (b/c I thought it had said Voice), as well as several other areas, but no one responds to me. I don't know where else I'm supposed to go to get help on this.
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