We are new to the Peplink world but we’re excited to be part of it. We’re moving to new offices shortly and we’re moving to having two WANs, a 20/20 fiber connection (WAN1) and a 9/9 bonded T1 circuit (WAN2).
Right now our plan is to make the Peplink 305 the device that receives both WAN connections, then take the LAN feed into the Sophos. From the Sophos we want to carve out all the SIP/RTP traffic and feed it into the Patton and then into our 3CX PBX. Not sure if that’s too many devices or not.
We’d like to use the fiber connection (WAN1) as our main website & VoIP connection with the T1s (WAN2) being for internal web traffic (inbound/outbound), Win updates, and failover in case WAN1 goes down.
The other thing I’d like to do is to carve out some portion of the fiber just for our VoIP traffic, not sure if this is possible.
I’m also not sure if the device order is the right way around, with Peplink the receiver of the external traffic, but frankly I couldn’t see load balancing working better the other way.
Any thoughts and ideas would be very welcomed.