I have been working on trying to pre-stage a relatively small but somewhat complex network consisting of VOIP and Data for a small remote office of about 30 end users on my current test network. It is my first time working with voice and I have been configuring a 2921 ISR internal router and a 2960S-48 port central switch. The VOIP phones are serviced by a cloud provider. Currently I was able to get the phones and workstations up and running using a "router on the stick" architecture with separate VLANS for data and voice
These devices will however end up sitting behind a ASA device (pre-configured by the central office). The managers would like to route the DATA traffic back to the central office across a VPN and route the VOICE to the cloud provider.
So I was just wondering what the community thought was the best practice for routing this traffic on a ASA device?