I was wondering if I could set up two IP phones at a remote site without a voice card installed in the router. Can I set up the router as a gateway with a voip dial-peer pointing to the remote location, and will i need to use a voice ios on the router or can I get by with setting the phones up as if they were additional devices on the network pointing to the call manager??
Re: minimum requirements for 2 phone at remote site
You can put a remote site with any number of phones and can still be part of Callmanager. WHen the connection (wan, vpn etc) between remote and main site fails, you can have the phone register local to the router at the remote site, (Cisco IOS with voice feature set, can run a feature called SRST). This will give them basic dial tone, callin, call out with some additional calling features. If you think that you dont need dialtone on the phones when your wan is down, then you can get by with out using SRST on the router.
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