this is the situation: one centrale site and one remote site. Each site has a Gatekeeper and several IP Phones. The two sites are connected through a vpn. Five subnets of the remote site must be able connect to two of the networks of the central site, in order to make and receive calls. Unfortunally, some of the remote site's subnets are in overlap with other central site's subnets.
So I thought to statically nat the subnets in overlap in the remote site. I know that Cisco routers and firewall support nat with h323, but I'm not sure this will work in this situation, can you give me some confirmation?
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