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Vlan for voice and vlan for data with diferent ISP best choice of config??

Hello everyone,

Im, Oscar

At our company we have a redundant ISP connection to two separate ISP's.

We are also using VoIP on the network.

Currently one ISP connection is used primarily and the second on is just used as a backup.

I was wondering if it is possible to use the first connection primarily for data traffic and the second connection for VoIP traffic?

We use different VLAN's for voice and data.

 

Any help would be appreciated.

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Yes, for egress.  Ingress is "it depends".

You could also consider using both links for both kinds of traffic.

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So it's fine if I configure 2

So it's fine if I configure 2 routers with  2 NAT with the diferent public ip's? its the correct structure? for the outging traffic.

 

Thks..

 

 

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If you're using NAT, return traffic will come back on the NAT'ed interface.

what routing protocol do you

what routing protocol do you use? or ip sla ?

what are you asking is possible in any case

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Voip protocol is SIP. The 1st

Voip protocol is SIP. 

The 1st Carrier or ISP that i have its a microwave connection and it have 2 public ip address, this one its for VOIP and have 4MB of 

The 2nd carrier its a E1 connection and have 2 MB of banthwith and 4 public ip address.

 

I want the 2 ISP for different traffic, I want to had1 GW for Voice (Carrier 1) and 1 GW for data (carrier 2)

 

What its the best kind of configuration that I need too do?

The router its a 1900.

 

 

Thanks in advance!

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