I currently have a 10.100.0.x network for my data and all our VoIP stuff is on 192.168.0.x. Currently we have two Juniper SSG-140 for each. I would like to switch us over to a single SonicWALL NSA 3500. I have worked a lot with SonicWALL but my question is, if I put both on different interfaces and keep the same networks would I be able to communicate between the networks if I configured the firewall rules correctly?
What would I use for the default gateway on both sides?
you could do that on the sonicwall. is 10.100.0.1 the gateway for the LAN interface of the sonicwall? if you need to segregate traffic or set any bandwidth management rules for your voip traffic, you'll
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