Cisco Routers :: To Configure An RV082 For Dual Wan And VOIP
Mar 5, 2012
We have a RV082 configured with two ISP Wan connections. We recently implemented a VOIP phone system (SIP) (192.168.1.50) that is being used in appliance mode on our network. We currently have two WAN connections Load Balanced. My goal is to configure all my VOIP traffic to go out through the 1st ISP and the rest of the data through ISP #2. is this possible to achieve using the RV082? We are using a Skype SIP Trunk connection.
(2) identical DSL connections, configured as Static IP (not PPPoE) with modems in bridged mode. Static IP's are /25 subnet and same gateway ** this may be a problem? Dual WAN set for Load Balance, network service detection is OFF
We have a 2003 terminal server running and successfully receiving connections through both WAN connections. Depending on location, half the users are connecting to WAN1 IP and the other half to WAN2 IP. We are getting sporadic disconnects of the remote users when they are idle for a couple minutes and automatic reconnection of the session takes over a minute. If they close the (locked up) session and reconnect manually it will let them in right away.
Could the handling of the Dual-WAN be the culprit? Could the same gateway for both WAN's create this issue upstream (out of my control)?I am going to move everyone to connecting through WAN1 and then change to Smart Link Backup and see if the issues persist.
Another thought is to use a secondary IP on the terminal server and use Protocol Binding to match "All traffic" for IP1 to WAN1 and IP2 to WAN2, which theoretically would stabilize the situation?
I have a cisco RV220W router used in a home environment. Recently I purchased a Siemens Gigaset A 580 IP phone. It works OK so far but I would like to optimize the configuration for VoIP traffic and apply QoS for VoIP on this router. Any guide with the recommended configuration and preferred settings of the same? I have not used QoS previously
We have 2 offices in different countries both using the RV082 router. Currently both offices have an internet connection on WAN1 and that is working fine. We are adding a Point to Point circuit between the two offices, and my question is on the RV082 configuration on each side.
I was going to configure WAN2 in DMZ mode on each router, then connect the point to point circuit to the WAN2 port. On the China side, the DMZ IP will have to be a private address (192.168.177.1), while the DMZ port on the San Diego side will be a public IP. We need internal computers to be able to go to the internet normally through WAN1, but also go through WAN2 if they are trying to reach the other network. I will be adding routes on each RV082 for this.
Is there anything wrong with this configuration? Do I need to change the routers from Gateway to Router mode? Does it matter if the DMZ WAN2 port has a private IP address?
I am trying to configure RV082 router with Mac Native VPN Client for my remote access. However, no matter what I did, I am not able to make it works. Can any one can give me an example of how to conguration my RV082 router and Mac Book Pro(Mountain Lion)?
Cisco RV042 Dual WAN VPN Router -how to configure dynamic DNS without having to use the pre-programmed DDNS companies that are populated by default if my DDNS company is not listed and you cannot manually enter another company that is not on the list?
I am trying to set up a dual WAN on my RV082 - I have Verizon DSL on WAN1 and I am trying to establish Time Warner Road Runner on WAN2 as a backup in case DSL goes out on WAN1.I cannot get the router to recognize both connections at the same time. I have power cycled everything, the router is only picking up one internet signal at a time.
On setup 1 I have;Using 2 WAN, 1 from fiber 5mbps symetric fixed public IP and other is DSL private dynamic dhcp address 3mbps/900kbps
On setup 2 i have:Using 1 WAN, from fiber 5mbps symetric fixed public ip Both router have exact same firewall configuration, subnet and port forwarding and we have the seccont backup DSL coming in a few day for setup 2.on both setup, the RV082 is the main internet gateway/firewall for a set of server...
Setup 1 work perfectly and been online for 2 week (since install) without issue
Setup 2 worked for 2 day then had to reboot, then work for few days then need reboot, now it look like it need to be rebooted every day. the internet just stop working and a simple reboot does the trick... also, when that happen I can stil remote in server that have port forwarded in the router or connect to router management port, but internet on the server is down... I tried opendns and google dns on both WAN connection and still no luck.I have followed instruction on various support forum;
-more reliable dns server -lower MTU -failover vs load balance -disabling SPI and DoS protection
at this point I'm about to swap both router to see if it not a defective hardware or disconnect DSL WAN on setup 1 to see if its more stable but the whole point of installing this router was for Internet redundancy which so far dosent work as expected.
[URL] I am not savy configuring ASAs at all and I can't get it to work. We are switching to a SIP trunk phone system and I am in charge of setting up the ASA to not only make it work but also make sure that there's packet priority or QoS.I've never configured something like this and I was giving another set of instructions to make sure that this is working:
Configuration: My configuration is very basic: 3 interfaces - Outside/Inside/Guest ASA Version: 7.2(3) ASDM Version 5.2(3) Firewall Mode: Routed
Solution: When I tried following the instructions on brian-kayser's blog I get an error when I'm sending the following command:
shape average ^ Invalid marker service-policy PRIORITY-POLICY ^ Incomplete command
I think it's because my version of ASA doesn't have this functionality but I don't know.
I'm looking to configure the QOS for VOIP on my network.I have a switch SG300 and several no Cisco VOIP phone. What are the parameters to be taken to implement the QOS?
What is the procedure for installing the QOS? I need to create a VLAN for the data and one for VOIP?I read in the quick start guide that there is auto-QOS for VOIP?This can be done from the GUI? what are the options to put?
I wanted to ask a question about the diagram I have included. We are bringing up 2 MPLS WAN connections and would like some specifics on the best design. We are using BGP to the providers. From there we have big questions. We can run BGP internal and are licensed to do so on the N5K's. The N5Ks are currently using HSRP for inside LAN clients as default gateway. We want to load balance and provide redundant routes using a dynamic approach. Should we use BGP internal utilizing the connections between the routers? Should we use HSRP on the routers? How best to get the routes to the N5K and should we be considering this?
I run 2 RV042 V1 for home and office with Gateway to Gateway VPN connection with single WAN connection in use. Everything works like a charm!
I was even able to create VPN connection with 2 WAN connection on one Router and 1 WAN connection on another with Smart link failover and VPN Tunel Backup.
I got problem though when i tried more complex connection diagram. [URL]
So basically I now have 2 ISP connections on each point with Static IPs and I'd like VPN Connection to be alive for ALL 4 options automatically with failovers (smart links) And tunel backups but i'm not sure if that's ever possible with my equipment.
Region : Argentina Model : TL-WDR4300 Hardware Version : V1 Firmware Version : ISP : Region : UnitedStates Model : TL-WDR4300 Hardware Version : V1 Firmware Version : 3.13.23 Build 121225 Rel.37950n ISP : Comcast
I just upgraded my DLink DIR655 to WDR4300. My VOIP service has worked for the last 5 years. But with WDR4300, I'm frequently experiencing dropped calls. The call will be cut off every 20 seconds or so. This is really a deal-killer.
Application is that need to configure the VOIP with the existing Frame relay network ,where VOFR command is not shown in the router when type yhe command router config#dial-peer voice 123 need vofr On the 3945 router where in the router it is not accepting the above command,
I am unable to get any configuration parameters to work on my SRP547 for VOIP. ADSL2 works fine. Equipment replaces a ya.com (Arcadyan ARV4518PW) which worked ine albeit with significantly less features. Problems encountered due to the lack of equivalents for some parameters and an overabundance in the new unit which simply don't exist in the Arcadyan product.
I have an SRP547W hooked up as the office router with the standard office phones connected via the telephone ports at the back of the unit using 2 SIP lines as well as the PSTN by dialling hash first. We have just added a new staff member and bought an SPA303 with the intention of connecting it through registered SIP lines on the SRP547W, and hopefully have the facility to use the PSTN line when the SIP lines are busy.
The problem is, it connects to VLAN100 and gets its IP address and initializes fine however no lines show as configured and it can't make or receive calls. What do I need to configure on the SPA303 to tell it to use the SRP547W as its SIP Server/Proxy (not sure of the terminology).
I have a RV042 with a DSL (WAN1) and cable (WAN2) internet connection in Load Balance Mode. The DSL provider also provides internet telephony when registered via his line. When I disable the WAN2 port, my IP phone successully registers with the registration server of the DSL provider. I also defined protocol bindings for SIP (port 5060) and RTP (ports 5004 to 5020) to be bound to WAN1. My IP phone is set up to listen on only these ports. [code] With these protocol bindings in place when I re-enable WAN2, then after some time the phone reports "registration failed".Do I need to set something else apart from protocol binding to force the VoIP traffic to go via WAN1?
Not sure if my subject is a good decription of the problem or not.
I have an ASA 5520 at my home office and a SonicWALL NSA2400 at my remote office. The remote office has dual internet connections and I wanted to create two seperate VPNs between the devices using each internet connection on the SonicWALL.
I know how to configure this on the SonicWALL, the problem is on the ASA 5520
OK Basic network config
ASA Public IP 22.214.171.124
ASA Internal network 192.168.1.0 (VPN source)
Public IP 1 126.96.36.199
Public IP 2 188.8.131.52
Iternal network 192.168.2.0 (VPN destination on ASA)
If I have a VPN from the main ASA to either one of the SonicWALL's public IPs everything works fine
If I create 2 VPN tounels from the main ASA, 1 to each public IP on the SonicWALL, the VPN shows as up but no traffic flows.
Advanced networking but have managed to get our small office IP PBX running over a SIP Trunk. The only real problem we are having is choppy outgoing audio when there is other heavy outgoing traffic on the network.
My understanding is that I need to set some QoS parameters, which I have played with but it didn't seem to be useful. I mostly dealt with allocating bandwidth. I now think I need to somehow prioritize the outgoing RTP packets from our PBX (which runs on a PC on our LAN) to avoid the choppy audio. My research shows this can maybe be done with something called DSCP 46 and my router does support that -- how to exactly set the configuration.
I have the router for over two years, Present Firmware is V184.108.40.206, I have Polycom phone connected to the router using 8 x 8 VOIP service. The phone was working fine untill yesterday. 8 x 8 tech support suggested getting a different router. I have the same router at home and tried the same phone on my home router - it worked. So, the problem is not the phone but int he router. I tried to call Cisco tech support but found out that the warranty support expired and I need to buy a support plan. Called to buy the support, and gave up after an hours on hold. Left message.
We have an RV082 setup with WAN to the internet and LAN IP of 192.168.188.1.If I add a static route like so:
network: 192.168.166.0 mask: 255.255.255.0 gateway: 192.168.188.2 hop count: 1 interface: LAN
The device with IP 192.168.188.2 will be connected directly to one of the LAN ports on the router.Will that work to route, trying to get to 192.168.166.0 to the IP of 192.168.188.2?It just seems odd because the packets would hit the router then go back out through the LAN port.
I have a Meraki Firewall that sits behind my Cisco RV082. The Meraki is setup to run a VPN connection with my server but I am having problems passing the VPN traffic through properly.
I have 2 Uverse Internet Connections that the RV082 using load balancing so that they are shared. I have 10 static IP's.
I am trying to come in on one of my static IP addresses throught the Cisco RV082 to the Meraki and after doing a capture on the meraki it appears that it is starting to receive data to intiate the VPN connection but when it sends data back to the VPN client machine it never makes it.
I have reset my RV082 router (both wit the reset switch and the factory default wizard) and run the setup wizard but regardless I can't connect to shaw.ca which is my service provider. I notice that if I use http://192.168.1.1 the browsers (IE & FF) default to https://192.168.1.1 and then I am prompted for a certificate. I can enter if I ignore the request but after getting in I simply cannot connect to my ISP.