I want to use an SR520 on the remote location with phones behind it (on TEL it indicates that 5 phones are supported, but i read on other discussion that more are possible to use but taking care of cpu and memory utilization).
The situation is that my boss read that Iphones can be used with Cisco Jabber to use them as extensions and i'm supposed to implement them in the remote location.
Can someone point me in the right direction with this?
I understand that i have to put an ASA in the remote location to make this work. (Not sure if only on the remote location or also in main office the ASA is required).
Attached is a diagram, ignore the phone quantity as it will be less than that...
If you are terminating the SSL VPN on the ASA then it should work fine, but of course CCA will not support this, but I'm guessing you know this since you're using ASAs.
If you have site to site VPN also this should work. I've had much better joy with iPhone app "groundwire" as a SIP client than Jabber, it has way more options and much better battery life if configured correctly. I use it a lot from home via site to site VPN. I doubt if an iPhone client is really truly ready for non-tech savvy users though... Ok for us geeks though. I would hesitate to roll it out without desk phones to use when their iPhone batteries die.
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