2 Replies Latest reply on Nov 7, 2012 11:42 AM by matt

    924e to a NetVanta7100 VoIP System

    comguy New Member

      I have a client utilzing a Century Link Integrated T1 Circuit with SiP trunks. They want to utilize Comcast for thier data traffice, what is the easiest way to convert them from the T1 internet, to Comcast's internet?

       

      Thanks

        • Re: 924e to a NetVanta7100 VoIP System
          Employee

          comguy,

           

          If there is a Centurylink SIP trunk being used, the Internet connection supplied by them will have to stay intact for voice traffic to continue to work.  If there is a separate router/firewall on the Comcast Internet connection you could simply change the default gateway handed out via DHCP in the data VLAN that the computers are on to use the Comcast router, and leave the phones as they are currently set.  This assumes that the voice and data are on separate VLANs.  Without knowing your complete topology or any special case scenarios (port forwards to internal servers or devices) that seems like the easiest way to accomplish what you are looking for. 

           

          Thanks,
          Matt

            • Re: 924e to a NetVanta7100 VoIP System
              Employee

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              Thanks,
              Matt