connect 2 routers together using one as a SIP device
Posted on 2008-11-01
I have a network which works fine using a Juniper 5GT router.
Recently, I came into possession of a Belkin VOIP router with a VOIP account. I'd like to know if there is a way I can continue using the Juniper as my main router, and connect the Belkin on the LAN just to be used for VOIP (single handset).
Le'ts call the Juniper ROUTER A and the Belkin ROUTER B herein.
I've connected PORT 1 from ROUTER A to PORT 1 of ROUTER B and set ROUTER B to use an IP in the same subnet i.e. A = 192.168.102.1 B = 192.168.102.253.
On any PC connected to ROUTER B I can gain internet access. ROUTER B can see and PING ROUTER A.
Unfortunately, ROUTER B cannot ping out from itself to the www. Therefore, the SIP device never connects.
If this isn't possible then thats cool, i'd just prefer to make use of this device and avoid buying a seperate SIP device.
Thanks for your help and ideas!!