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#265696 5-Feb-2020 17:24
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Hi

 

Got a customer where their home connection I need to replace the RGW with a firewall to connect a Site to Site VPN to their office, I know some RGW's support this but they also want UTM as well.

 

So my question is, will they move POTS onto the ONT if requested, and if not, will they release SIP details? - I would have my customer call them directly but they are away for two weeks, and I know people on here will have the answer :)


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  #2413221 5-Feb-2020 17:33
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Can you not reconfigure the fritz to site downstream od the utm?

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  #2413223 5-Feb-2020 17:35
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They won't provision it on the ONT, there's quite a bit of work for a provider to be able to provision voice over ONT. They do provide SIP details for home connections for use on your own equipment. You could either use a dedicated ATA or connect the FritzBox downstream of the firewall to continue using it for voice.


 
 
 
 




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  #2413227 5-Feb-2020 17:38
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Aaron2222:

 

They won't provision it on the ONT, there's quite a bit of work for a provider to be able to provision voice over ONT. They do provide SIP details for home connections for use on your own equipment. You could either use a dedicated ATA or connect the FritzBox downstream of the firewall to continue using it for voice.

 

 

Thanks! I will have him call up 2G to get the credentials for voice in a few weeks and either use the Fritz or an ATA 


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