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802.1Q over WAN link


I have a branch office connected by a T1 line. At the main office I a voice vlan and data vlans routed by an L3 switch. I am trying to get my branch office equipments (2 2620 routes and one 2924 switch)configured so that I can have IP phone working at the branch office. The IP Schema between the main and branch office are different. What is the best way to get this going?

Thanks for the help.


Re: 802.1Q over WAN link

All you need to do is either run a routing protocol(EIGRP or RIP or OSPF) or configure static routes on all the L3 devices (switch and router).

Are the IP phones using ITS or Call Manager ? If using Call Manager, and if the CCM is only at the main site, then, you can also look for configuring SRST (survivable remote site telephonY). With SRST enabled on the branch router, if the wan link fails, still all the IP phones will be able to call out through the PSTN. When the wan link comes back up, call flow will go over the wan