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Configuring Nortel BSR222 VPN tunnel for VOIP and LAN traffic

Configuring Nortel BSR222 VPN tunnel for VOIP and LAN traffic

Configuring Nortel BSR222 VPN tunnel for VOIP and LAN traffic

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I am sorta new at this networking stuff so please bear with me if I mess up the question.

We have 2 separate LAN's connected via a BSR222 VPN tunnel. Also each Location is equipped with a Nortel BCM50 pbx. Both locations have VOIP and can intercom/transfer between locations.

We need to see both LAN's in order to implement a Microsoft SharePoint Server.

How do we configure the BSR222's in order for the 2nd location to log into the SharePoint server through the tunnel? Without this change affecting the current BCM50 VOIP system configurations.

Will the Quality of the VOIP service be degraded? Qos

Chris C

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