[asterisk-users] VPN SIP Phone | PC Traffic

Steve Totaro stotaro at totarotechnologies.com
Wed Apr 9 08:09:03 CDT 2014

I did this with SNOM phones and a special firmware a while ago.  The trick
to get the VPN to extend to the PC port is bridge-utils.  Worked very well.
On Apr 9, 2014 7:40 AM, "Positively Optimistic" <
positivelyoptimistic at gmail.com> wrote:

> We are using vpn routers to connect home users back to our office network.
>   Basically, shipping a mikrotik router that 'calls home' and establishes a
> vpn connection for the pc and phone that are connected to the mikrotik...
> user plugs router in, plugs phone and computer into router, and that
> traffic is encapsulated back to our office... simple and straighforward.
> We would like to remove the router from the equation...  does anyone know
> of a SIP phone with a built in VPN client that can provide the tunnel for *both
> the phone and the pc traffic*?  It would seem trivial to route a subnet
> down to the vpn client in the phone, that would be available to devices
> connected on the PC side of the telephone..  This would be tremendous for
> an at-home contact center agent..    An added benefit would be to limit
> connections the connection on the PC side of the phone to a specific mac
> address..
> We're aware of the opportunity to use a softphone on the pc with a vpn
> client.   though, we're looking for a physical phone.
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