If I have Building A and Building B connected via a T1 with real ips. At each building I would like to have a subnet of private ips 192.168.0.x and 192.168.1.x. Can I add static routes and have the private ip 192.168.0.x at building B access the real ips at building A, as well as the real ips at building B?
Im trying to come up with a VoIP solution for leaving the ip phones on private ips, but putting the callmanagers and voice mail server on real ips... The Voice mail server would be in building A and I would need the phones in building B to be able to access it.
In Building B I was looking to throw a 2620 or 2621 router. And in building A I was looking at the Supervisor 1A MSFC card to do intervlan routing. The Router in building A is a 2621.
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