I have a Balance One in an OB truck and want to use Speedfusion to improve Internet reliability. We have only one truck and maybe a fly-away kit, so a second unit may be put together later. At this stage for cost reasons the centre of our Peplink network is a FusionHub instance on AWS in Sydney. Currently we are running NAT. The Balance One LAN IP range is the same as our office, so that when we are at home base, we can connect the truck LAN to the office LAN directly and offload files. The truck has a 25TB NAS and we saturate a GigE LAN for up to 12 hours for a large offload, so a direct connection is best 10GE is on the shopping list.
A key application for us is VoIP and we use a SIP provider in New Zealand, where we are.
At the moment the ATA ( a Linksys PAP2) doesn’t want to register with the provider and no calls can be made or received.
Is NAT the best solution for our Speedfusion link ?
Is there any guidance on how to get VoIP working ? Usually we don’t have to open any ports, etc. Almost all calls are outbound.
Thanks - Richard