[asterisk-users] 3 locations 3 vpns
holy at interconnect.cz
Sat Dec 7 14:29:11 CST 2019
I would use some dynamic routing protocol. For this purpose would be better don't mix L2 and L3. Then you can use OSPF or RSTP.
> 6. 12. 2019 v 18:47, "freebsd at tango.lu" <freebsd at tango.lu>:
> I have the following setup:
> Network A <==> Network B <==> Network C
> | |
> All 3 locations are connected with a layer2 vpn to make it transparent with the same ip range 10.0.0.x/24.
> Network A and C is close to each other and have another direct routed tunnel 192.168.1.x/24.
> I would like to route the calls between A and C on this direct tunnel.
> What is the best way of accomplishing it?
> The phones are older OpenStage models and only support 1 SIP server, that would have been my first idea just to setup a secondary Asterisk on location A or C and have the phones register on both sip servers.
> My other idea would be to setup a secondary Asterisk on location A or C and link the two with IAX. However B is strategically more important than A or C since it has the dialout setup to PSTN. Let's say the second asterisk is setup at C and that loses connectivity with B (while A still have it's tunnel up), that will result both A and C are separated from B also in this case all of A's phone traffic is routed through C.
> Any ideas are welcome.
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