VOIP using a c2611 with a Inter-tel AXXESS IP Plus Keyset
I am putting together a network for a remote site to WAN into our main site at our corporation. I have a Inter-tel Axxess Phone system which has a IPC card for VOIP. I have both routers fully configured. The way the phone works is it uses a static IP address and a default gateway and then it goes through the network to connect to the IPC card on the local side where the PBX is residing. The IP of the phone I am testing is 172.18.1.100 255.255.255.0, default Gateway 172.18.1.1 remote IPC 172.16.205.211 255.255.0.0 (On Local side with all Private IP's being class B). Their is an Enterasys Fast Ethernet Switch on Remote end of WAN IP 172.18.1.2 255.255.255.0, serial 0/0 172.17.1.2 on remote end of WAN, Local end of WAN 172.17.1.1 with a default gateway to the backbone 172.16.205.100 255.255.0.0. I can ping and tracert out through the network fine, but the IP phone can't resolve to the IPC card. I do a tracert to the IPC card from a client on the remote end and I can see it hitting 172.18.1.1, 172.17.1.1, and then it hits 172.16.205.211, but for some reason the phone can't connect to the card. I believe all of my programming in the router is correct. One note before we went with the config upons suggestion of Cisco we were using bridging with no IP routing and we were able to connect fine with the IPC card. When we reconfigured the routers with this current configuration we have yet to connect to the IPC card nor can we name resolve to the WINS server. We reconfigured because this current configuration will allow us to use QoS whereas bridging would not.
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