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VOIP Hardphones

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    Completely Lost
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    Hello all, I am very new at this and am desperately seeking some help. We have remote users working from their homes. Some have DSL and some have cable modems. They are logging into our network thru a VPN. Now here is where my problem starts. I want to give these remote users a VOIP Hardphone which requires its own IP Address. I will need two IP addresses at the remote user location and I will need something to login the IP phone onto our network over the VPN. How do I do this?

    #20861 Reply
    wilson boyrie
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    Dear Mr Lost: If you still have that trouble give a e-mail. I could help you. No I am not selling anything
    Wboyrie@yahoo.com

    #20862 Reply
    James Ballash
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    Maybe this will help. Since you are using remote hard IP phones via ISP service they are DHCP so the IP address will change eacgh time they log on. You can possibly use a public DNS server to dial by URL to reach remote agents. The H.323 standard does not support dial by URL. The SIP protocol does diaL by URL. Ping Tel makes SIP phone so you may want to contact them. I am not fasmiliar with you application but if you go through a NAT router then you will experiencv one-way speech due to dynamic port assignment to the subnet client. I don not work for Ping Tel but have played around with them in our lab at Samsung Telcom. They would be glad to speak with you.

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