Solved voip connection of two LAN

November 21, 2013 at 02:51:08
Specs: Windows 7
i have old network and new network. the network use old network internet connection. the new network have to connect the old network with the new voip? pls help me.

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November 21, 2013 at 07:10:33
Install and configure VoIP on the old network.

Your question really doesn't make much sense. I'm not sure if you're simply wanting network connectivity between the 2 networks, or if you want to make VoIP calls between the networks.

What type of VoIP system (hardware and software) do you have on the new network and which VoIP protocol do you want to use between the 2 networks?

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November 21, 2013 at 07:39:38
As FishMonger pointed out, your question is a little vague so I'm going to have to do some guessing and assuming here. It's up to you to provide the details so we have a better understanding of what's going on, and what you're trying to achieve.

First, is this a home network, or is it in the work place?

If I'm reading this right you have an existing network that provides internet. Likely this connects to a SOHO router and your devices connect to the router either via wired connections or wirelessly. If this is correct, please say so and provide the make/model of the router you have connected to the internet.

You decided you want to use VoIP and the VoIP provider has probably provided you with their own router to use. If this is correct, please say so and provide the make/model of the router they gave you.

If I'm right, you would have to connect the new VoIP router to the existing one. If I'm right, I'll give you a how-to guide to help you do so.

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November 21, 2013 at 13:24:53
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The question sounds like a old one of using two gateways.
This assumes the new network is going to the internet.

Run a network cable from old router to new router.
Change old router's subnet to match new routers subnet
Disable dhcp servers on both routers
Document your ip plan. Have half the range going to phones, the other half to the old network.
Statically assign ip addresses to the phones using new network gateway
Statically assign ip addresses to the old network devices using the old network gateway

Old network will use the old gateway. New network will use the new gateway.

You're done.

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