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some help on getting a site to site vpn to work

I have a client who is going to have his home office to connect to the corporate network for mainly move his extension to his home office.  The main reason for the site to site.  He has a verizon FIOS home DHCP service on a Verizon router with a Sonicwall tz105 and fixed IP on the corporate side with a static DSL bridged mode to a Sonicwall 100.

For this one, how do I get the home side configured behind the Verizon router?  I was thinking I put the Sonicwall in a DMZ, then connect the computer and phone as a hardwire to the Sonicwall, but am not familiar with the Verizon router and if it even has those kinds of options.

Then I want to use the firewall name as the identifier correct?  Since the WAN IP will change from time to time...

Anyone have input or have done this sort of setup before?
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8/22/2022 - Mon
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I will talk to phone vendor to see if our system can do that.

Wrw- yes, I normally just put the verizon router into  bridge mode and leave it as that, but the DHCP function doesn't seem to work and the sonicwall never gets an IP address.  This is both in line and without the router.

As for dynamic dns....  I forgot about that...  let me check that out...
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Sorry forgot to get back to you guys.  The DMZ worked idea worked well in combination to DynDNS.  Registered it, gave it a half day, then set up the site to site, and it connected as usual.  

The Phone can't be done in the manner which Fiz had mentioned because it doesn't handle that kind of dialing or something to that effect.  The phone vendor told me we would need some other kind of system/card/interface that was anther grand.
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