Vlan communication

We are implementing VoIP at our office.  To do this, we have created  a second subnet for the voice traffic (there is also a different subnet for the data).  We have created two vlans in our switch (Dell Power Connect 3448P), and we are tagging the voice traffic so the phones will distuingish between the two subnets.  My question is:  We have a netscreen 5GT.  We are trying to enable communication between the two vlans, for some reason we can not get this to work.   The trust interface is for the data network and we created a sub interface for the voice network. Is this the correct way to do this, Thanks for your help?
Martin BeausoleilAsked:
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If you are asking how to configure the netscreen you would be better off posting in the firewalls section.

Why do you wish to enable communication between the two VLAN's?
What kind of communication do you wish to enable?

harbor235 ;}

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Martin BeausoleilAuthor Commented:
Okay, I will move it to firewall sections, thanks
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