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Router on a stick with dhcp and vpn tunnel throwing in  a static route with access rules

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Please can someone give me some direction.....

I have to use a cisco 2901 to become a ROAS

3 subnets --

data- computer-tablets  192.168.10.x        ---  has windows server for dhcp of this subnet  
(new native clan for data)

voice - sip phones     192.168.20.x      ----   cisco router has to be dhcp server for these
cctv  -- cameras       192.168.30.x       ---- static ip as only 1 terminal


how do i configure the router so include a ipsec tunnel to their desktop hosting data centre and also route traffic for that purpose down the ipsec tunnel.

local breakout for internet though.


also unsure of placement of access rules for specific ports for voice RTP, etc to go to  voice clan
and also the cctv udp ports ?

i am very grateful for any help.

Thank you
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Hmm....

It's been a while, but I think there are some special commands to get QoS working on subinterfaces.

See this article:  http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk543/tk545/technologies_tech_note09186a0080114326.shtml

Also, due to the need for the traffic to traverse the wire twice (once in each direction), router on a stick can cause performance degradation.

Bottom line, validate that the configuration meets your requirements.
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