I have a remote site that I would like to bring onto my voice network. I recently was down and upgraded the router to a 3620 with dual T1 voice module and replaced the 1900 with a 3524p just in case we decided to go the voice route. I will be unable to visit the site for some time do to the fact it is almost 2,000 miles away and our project load is extremely high.
IS installing SRST remotely a good idea? I have the hardware enplane but only with only a flat data LAN. I would need to setup the VLANS, the gateways and SRST remotely. Anyone had any experience with remote installs?
SRST is no big deal remotely - it's simply enabling it thru the IOS. The problem you will have is testing. You need to create an access list and make sure the affected phones re-register to the router. If you have someone in the remote office who can help you shouldn't have a problem.
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