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Sonicwall VPNs and Shoretel Phone systems in remote offices

Posted on 2014-04-08
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I would like a bit of guidance for my current senario, to find the most efficient setup for managebility.

Site A (HQ - alternate route to data center))
Site B (Datacenter where phone infrastructure is located)
Sites 1-66 (remote offices)

Currently there are sites 1 through 66 have two site to site vpns set up. One to Site A and one to Site B. Site A also has a site to site vpn set up to Site B

We will be rolling out shoretel phones to the remote sites 1-66

All remote site phones need to talk to eachother as well and id rather not have to mesh all sites to all sites at each remote site.

Id like to be able to use qos and BWM to prioritize phone traffic.

Anyone with sonicwall and shoretel phone experience have another way for me to configure this senario without having to add 66 address objects to a group at each location? Would route based vpns solve this? and if so how would they be configured at the remote sites? am I going to have 66 new tunnel interfaces on the data center firewall?

Thank you in advance
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by:getzjd
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Is your voice on a separate vlan and subnet at each site?  For example:  Data for all sites is 10.x.x.x  and voice is 192.168.x.x ?  You could then create generic QoS and BWM rules just based on something like 192.168.0.0 255.255.0.0

Speaking from experience ( with ShoreTel) and Sonicwall)though, you will still have the occasional hiccups with service due to the outside forces of the internet acting on your routes and bandwidth.
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by:Larsen1982
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Most of the remote offices are small and don't have managed switches or vlans. At the datacenter the phone system is on it's own interface.

I could probably do the same in the remote offices and give the phones their own subnet/interface but I believe only half of the sites have an open sonicwall port.
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Route based VPNs was what I was looking for. After some testing it is good to go, and I only have to change the site to site vpns to tunnel interfaces instead of creating a mesh group on each site.
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My own testing and research resolved this solution.
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