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Setting up remote IP phones through sonic wall

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So our enter network is one one\ vlan1 except for our phone system which is on a whole different subnet.
We had to create a route on the sonic wall so that we can access it. When I tried to use the Wizard to do port forwarding it doesn't work.
But i can port forward to anything on the same vlan....how do I get the sonic wall to work? I been trying at this for weeks.
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have you configured the VOIP>settings
do you have local IP phones working
are you reaching the remote phones thru your LAn or a VPN?
what kind of phones?

need more info

also have you read the basic voip Dell guide
http://help.mysonicwall.com/sw/eng/705/ui2/23200/VoIP/Settings.htm
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Your question is fairly vague. How exactly are you trying to have the remote phones work?

What ports are required, and are both subnets translating to the same public IP?
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Here are some info that is simlar to our IP setup. I can port forward to anything on the 10.99.0.x network. But if I tried to do the same to the  10.51.1.x network I can't reach it. But Can reach it internally...Sorry pretty new to networking.

LAN IP is; 10.99.0.1-10.99.0.254
LAN SUB: 255.255.0.0
LAN Gateway ( Sonicwall): 10.99.0.4

Mitel IP is 10.51.1.2
Mitel SUB: 255.255.0.0
Mitel Gateway: 10.51.1.1




have you configured the VOIP>settings
-Havent dont that

do you have local IP phones working
-YES

are you reaching the remote phones thru your LAn or a VPN?
They are coming in thru wan.
I tried forwarding the Mitel Ports to it an no luck.

what kind of phones?
Mitel 5320
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