Mushroom Networks Documentation

VOIP/Application Armor Quickstart Guide

Setting up a VOIP Armor tunnel consists of the following steps: 

  1. Setting up the tunnel between client and server
  2. Setting up the client’s manual network route to direct the correct traffic through the tunnel
  3. Setting up the server’s manual network route
  4. Setting the server’s “flow-pinning” to False
  5. Setting the server’s “Alternative external IP addresses per interface”

NOTE: If you are subscribed to the BBS service provided by Mushroom Networks, then all of the Server-side configurations (steps 3-5) are performed by Mushroom Networks prior to delivery of your device.

Step 1: Setup the tunnel between client and server
(VLL tab -> click “Add” next to “VLL + VoIP Armor Instance”)

A typical setup is detailed below, showing user-required input in the red boxes.  Note that all other fields should be left at default values.

    

Step 2: Setup the Client’s manual network routes to direct VOIP traffic into the tunnel
(Advanced tab -> click “Add” next to “Manual Network Routes”)

Step 3: Setup the Server’s manual network routes to direct VOIP traffic into the tunnel
(Advanced tab -> click “Add” next to “Manual Network Routes”)

Step 4: Set the Server’s “Flow Pinning” to False
(Advanced tab -> click “Add” next to “Interface Options”)

Step 5: Set the Server’s “Alternative external IP addresses per interface”
(VLL tab -> click “Add” next to “Alternative external IP addresses per interface”)

 

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