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Cisco 2900 Router

Hi, I'm new here. I have UC 560 FXO, 2 Cisco 2900 Router,2  Cisco Catalyst 3560 V2 series PoE-48 and 4 tel Cisco 7942. I want to create a VoIP network from point A to point B ; where I can find all settings, connections and configuration commands for these?

Thank you,

Adrian.

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mircea.alicu
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Hi Adrian,

First you need to configure both routers in their location so they can access the internet, then configure router on a stick for both (trunk between router and switch with separate vlans for voice and data)-
http://www.firewall.cx/cisco-technical-knowledgebase/cisco-routers/336-cisco-router-8021q-router-stick.html
Then you need to configure an ipsec vpn tunnel between locations:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps9422/products_configuration_example09186a0080ba1d0a.shtml

Then configure the UC - create a trunk between the uc and switch then configure it to your needs:
http://passax.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/UC560_Quick_Start.pdf
All of this can proove to be an extensive work and if you don't have experience in configuring Cisco equipment it might take a while.... Try to avoid using SDM


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Assuming that your radio endpoints are bridged, then you won't need the site to site ipsec vpn and probably won't even need a router on location B. But because your experience with cisco is limited, you should probably hire somebody to do it for you.
As for the bandwidth, you can calculate it:
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk652/tk698/technologies_tech_note09186a0080094ae2.shtml
Btw: where are you from?

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mircea.alicu
Beginner
Beginner

Hi Adrian,

First you need to configure both routers in their location so they can access the internet, then configure router on a stick for both (trunk between router and switch with separate vlans for voice and data)-
http://www.firewall.cx/cisco-technical-knowledgebase/cisco-routers/336-cisco-router-8021q-router-stick.html
Then you need to configure an ipsec vpn tunnel between locations:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps9422/products_configuration_example09186a0080ba1d0a.shtml

Then configure the UC - create a trunk between the uc and switch then configure it to your needs:
http://passax.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/UC560_Quick_Start.pdf
All of this can proove to be an extensive work and if you don't have experience in configuring Cisco equipment it might take a while.... Try to avoid using SDM


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Thank you very much for your support ( nu stiu daca putem vorbi in romana aici). From poin A to point B, I have a LAN over radio (one radio in A and one in B; they can carry IP traffic at max 5Mb - it's enough for VoIP net?) . Radio in A have an IP adress and in B too. Final purpose is to have 5 IP phone in A and 5 in B. UC 560 stays in A, where I have also 2 Romtelecom lines? In B are sufficient router, switch and phones? All these equipment are officialy from Cisco, so I think there is no problem with detalied aspects. We have the equipment, but our skills are little limited, so please help us.

Thank you again,

Adrian.

Assuming that your radio endpoints are bridged, then you won't need the site to site ipsec vpn and probably won't even need a router on location B. But because your experience with cisco is limited, you should probably hire somebody to do it for you.
As for the bandwidth, you can calculate it:
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk652/tk698/technologies_tech_note09186a0080094ae2.shtml
Btw: where are you from?

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Buzau, Romania........Ro Army...:)..all equipment is from U.S. and now I must installed it. Of course, we have license and all legally stuff (even a contract number but I'm not so sure right now), and I thought I can request Cisco help, so here I am.

Someone told me about I can do everything in this network with Call Manager Assistant running from a PC connected to UC 560 but I'm not sure. Yes, my radio endpoints are, in fact, two Harris RF 7800M MP Multiband Networking Radios with DHCP or Static configuration, Dynamic Capacity Allocation, RIP v2 , OSPF v2 dynamic routing capability. I use them to extend my VoIP network without wires, internet or something else. These radios are my job, I know them very well, except the VoIP part..:)..Now you understood the whole story and, if you want, please help me.

Regards,

Adrian

dragan_adrian_remus@yahoo.com

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