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Will VOIP work with overlap subents ( VPN)

Will VOIP work with overlap subents ( VPN)

Will VOIP work with overlap subents ( VPN)

(OP)
Hi Guys, i Have strange issue here, i would be so happy to hear your input. the issue that we have 2 sites, each site with Avaya S8300. both sites having the same subnet range so we have gone for solution with overlap hiding subnets.i can ping each site from the other site, i can telnet the remote S8300 and Vis vera, created trunk group, it shows inservice both sides, but when ever you call , get error, and the trace on the remote trunk group is blank, i also tried to register a phone on the remote S8300 but didnt work, it keeps showing discover.

i just to know ,any one got it to work? or i should not try

RE: Will VOIP work with overlap subents ( VPN)

(OP)
any idea guys

RE: Will VOIP work with overlap subents ( VPN)

The only way I can think of this working is either an MPLS VPN or host ip addresses...

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Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree       
Reading state information... Done
E: Couldn't find package windows...Thank Goodness!

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