In an effort to improve call reliability, I’m planning giving my PBXact UC60 system to a dedicated WAN IP, eliminating a possibly overwhelmed gateway in the path.
Steps planned so far
- Physically connect interface
- Remove Gateway from existing lan interface
- Configure new interface with public ip
- Check that NAT address has updated in SIP Settings
- Check Sipstation module registration and connectivity
- Check that Firewall/Interfaces has the new interface marked as “Internet”
- Add static routes so the system can communicate with routed vlans.
I have two trunk providers, Sipstation and Voipmuch, I know for the later I’ll need to contact them with the new address, but I assume Sipstation’s module will handle the updated registration.
I have a handful of Sangoma S500/S705 users in a remote office connected via the builtin OpenVPN clients, will I need to do anything in particular to get them to provision/register with the new address? They could/should be able to continue to operate on the old address, but the new WAN address should be more performant.
Anything else I’m missing?