The access-list you reference in the VPN configuration should have those addressses in it. that way the PIX or ASA or Router no matter what will see that traffic and encrypt it. Are you doing NAT through the Tunnel or not? If not you must have a NAT rule that bypasses the NAT between the source and destination IP addresses.
my existing VOIP calls are routed through E1 links, I have a trunk on the cisco router connected to a traditional PABX, all calls are made from traditional phone sets without IP address but are routed and converted by the VOIP router to other sites' VOIP routers.
If I understand correctly, it means that I have to specify the ip address of the VOIP calls in the access-list inorder to send via the tunnel? else there will be no other way?
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