At our remote location we are going to transfer our 4 VoIP phones from ISP A to ISP B. At the main location is the VoIP server that the remote phones connect to. The main location uses ISP A to connect to the remote location through a VPN tunnel, where the remote phones can connect to the VoIP server. My question is do we need to connect another router to ISP B to allow the VoIP phones to communicate with the main location server? And if so will need a special configuration to communicate with that server? Also do we need to create a VPN tunnel between Remote ISP B router to main ISP A router?
To resolve this issue we had to open up the correct ports for mitel on our main sites firewall. And allow the IP address from the remote gateway to NAT through the main locations firewall into the server.
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