Site A --> Balance 380 --> LAN (Native 192.168.25.0/24) (VoIP VLAN 10, 10.20.20.0/24 Hosted) (Fiber 30/30, Cable 50/10) *Dedicated SLA Fiber (66 IP Phones, 66 Computers, 3 Servers)
Site B --> Balance 210 --> LAN (Native 192.168.30.0/24) (VoIP VLAN 15, 10.20.30.0/24 Hosted) (Fiber 20/20) *Dedicated SLA Fiber (12 IP Phones, 12 Computers)
Site C --> Balance 210 --> LAN (Native 192.168.35.0/24) (VoIP VLAN 20, 10.20.40.0/24 Hosted) (Fiber 50/50) *FIOS (8 IP Phones, 8 Computers)
Customer just contacted us because they want us to take over their computer network now as well as our current VoIP Network that is there with smaller Balances. I want to utilize the speedfusion technology and connect Site B and Site C to the Site A (HQ). There are 3 servers that utilize different applications and software that every location needs access to. I will have the Balances deal with DHCP for phones.
I have never set up a network like this using speedfusion and I want to utilize the bandwidth bonding and WAN Smoothing for ALL computer and VoIP networks at every location. The VoIP network talks to our hosted data centers but I still want to utilize the speedfusion for added Qos. But the computer networks at all 3 sites need to access all 3 servers.
How would I set up my outbound polices and firewall rules for this? If I sent my VoIP network to the clients feature sever, would I send it directly out the ISP at each location or would I send it out the speedfusion in order to access the WAN Smoothing?
*Customer is in a bind and wants to move fast and has already signed off on hardware. I have about 2 weeks to implement.