[Mikrotik] Bridging in?

Tayeb Meftah tayeb.meftah at gmail.com
Thu Jun 14 03:38:16 CDT 2012


If you have static ip use eoip
If no i prefer openvpn
Thang

Envoyé de mon iPhone

Le 14 juin 2012 à 09:31, Mark Berry <mberry at supportingit.com> a écrit :

> I'm looking to use some RB750UP's to bring in some voip phones. I'd like them to come in to a network behind the main router that holds the voip server, and be bridged in I guess, so they can pick up an ip from the voip servers dhcp, thus allowing the voip server to easily "see" and provision the phones automagically.
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> So it looks a little like this....
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> voip-phone->rb750up->internet->rb1100ah->rb750up->voip-server
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> The rb1100ah uses 10.201.0.1/24 and the rb750 connected to the voip server controls 10.201.1.0/24 the router being 10.201.1.1 and the voip server being 10.201.1.2 and it runs the dhcp server for the range.
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> I would like to keep the voip system off the internet as much as possible. I only have one dst-nat rule allowing an IAX trunk in, and that is screened by ip. So the remote 750's must come in via a vpn link as would any softphone clients which do not need to be provsioned or be on the 10.201.1.x net.
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> I'm thinking PPTP in, as that is easily implemented on both iPhone and Android devices.
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> Any thoughts?
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> Cheers, Mark.
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