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Hi Experts,

I seem to be getting stuck. I have discovered the world of having multiple WANs on my router (a Netgear SRX5308). Im going through the process of setting up multiple vLANs but now i realised that seeing i'm running a VOIP system that used to reside as a separate network, bring it all together isn't really going to work the way i think.

What i have is two network seperated by vLANs

Network # 1:      10.0.1.xxx/255.255.255.0
Network # 2:      192.168.123.xxx/255.255.0.0

I can see both vLANs fine and can browse the internet. The problem im having is i have configured the internet connect for my VOIP network on the router and now i dont know how to tell the router then when a phone call goes out to go out WAN2 for example.

I have worked out the port forwarding from the external WAN addresses just cant work out how to do it going out.

Thank you in advance.



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You would just need to create a route fro all outbound traffic  form the phone VLAN to gout out the infterface you want.  What kind of router/firewall do you have.  I'll be able to send you some good links once I know.
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Hi Supertaco

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You for that. I have a Netgear SRX5308 Quad WAN Router with layer 3 vLAN support.


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That one's a bit tricky.  I'm not familair with those.  let me see what I can find for you.  But basically you want to create a static route for that VLAN.  
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