How To | Connecting to a second remote IP subnet for VoIP lines
This article will show you how to extend VoIP service by connecting to a second remote IP subnet.
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If you have already set a Gateway on one of your Core's LAN ports to communicate with a remote IP subnet and need to add an additional remote IP subnet for a VoIP line, you should add a static route.
DO NOT configure a Gateway on more than one LAN interface. This is known to cause communication and other issues on a Core processor.
To learn more about static routing, see the Addressing & Routing topic in Q-SYS Help.