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So heres the situation. I just got offered to work from home. I got my VoIP phone and a Linksys VPN router. Now the router (according to the network admin) is bad. So my question is do I have the ability to connect my VoIP phone directly to my second NIC and then use some software to connect to the VPN tunnel without affecting my access to the internet on my machine? This is on my Sig Rig so running a VM wouldn't be an issue. Any help would be great. Thanks!
Network setup:
2WIRE U Verse Router (Static IP)
Dlink DIR-655 (controlling static IP)
Sig Rig
VoIP
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are they settings up a point to point vpn tunnel through your new router? or are you just using like VPN software on the sig rig to connect to the work network ?

What brand voip phone? does it require PoE? or does it have its own AC power supply ?
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Network setup:
2WIRE U Verse Router (Static IP)
Dlink DIR-655 (controlling static IP)
Sig Rig
VoIP

wheres the linksys come into play ?
    
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I have taken the Linksys out (and sent it back to the network admin) my company takes a LONG time to approve hardware. The VoIP phone does have its own dedicated power. I am currently looking for the model of it as we speak. The VPN connection is using IPsec with MD5.

EDIT: model phone is panasonic kx-nt136 (which is already configured and ready to go)
Edited by hy897t - 3/16/11 at 7:23am
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You could easily use something like Cisco VPN Client and use Cisco IP Communicator if your VoIP implementation is based around CallManager.
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You could easily use something like Cisco VPN Client and use Cisco IP Communicator if your VoIP implementation is based around CallManager.

This ^^ A lot of the people I deal with use Cisco AnyConnect and route their Avaya Phones through their PC. Works like a charm.
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