Very soon I shall have a site set-up with VOIP. Two 3550 switches will handle user-ports through which passes both voice IP packets and data IP packets. Each user-port will be a "trunk" handling voice packets belonging to one VLAN and subnet; and data traffic belonging to a different VLAN and subnet. All this traffic will "trunked" to/from a router which will send/receive across two WAN links to the rest of the intranet.
My problem is this: I wish to send all voice packets out one of this router's serial interfaces and data packets out the second of this router's serial interfaces; in other words, I do not wish to mix voice and data traffic on a single serial interface, outbound. The routing protocol in use is EIGRP. Is there a way to accomplish this?
EIGRP has nothing to do with Voice and data traffic.As stated above, you can prioritise voice traffic using QoS with policy routing. Also using a dedicated WAN connection for voice is not economical as voice traffic is intermittent and not utilised 24 hours a day.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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