[asterisk-users] [OT] FreePBX + Trunk over VPN + Local LAN

James Mutuku listmutuku at gmail.com
Fri Mar 23 07:28:26 CDT 2012


How about having 2 NIC cards on the PBX(configure the machine as a gw
of sorts).

On 3/23/12, Sean McMaster <sean.mcmaster at msn.com> wrote:
> Hello,
> First let me apologize for posting about a GUI topic on here. There's a
> reason why I did that, and it's because the underlying concept of this is
> connected to Asterisk.Here's my situation:
> Twenty wifi clients connecting to our wireless router (Cisco Linksys E4200
> loaded with Tomato). All these WiFi clients are running eyeBeam (in case
> you're wondering where the calls come and go from). We're getting a SIP
> Trunk from a local provider that is poised for 30 lines (ISDN 30) - and
> don't ask me why, the only way I can configure our FreePBX to connect to
> them as a trunk is via an IP-VPN provided by them.
> Anyway, the server is connected by ethernet to our router and has an IP
> and the other local clients are on 192.168.1.*Problem is I
> don't know  how I can keep the PBX on this subnet, and also connect it via
> eth to the other vpn modem and give it another IP which is on a
> 192.168.200.* subnet.
> Any pointers?Thanks! 		 	   		

Best Regards,
James Mutuku Ndeti
Agile Systems Limited

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