I have two separate networks: a data network and a VoIP network. The data network has a sonicwall tz210 on it between our network and our ISP. We just installed a separate VoIP network connected via a router to a different ISP. I need to connect the data network to the VoIP network only for administration of the VoIP server and control of the phones (app that runs on the desktop to control the phone). No call traffic will go over the data network. I am not quite sure how to setup the sonicwall to do this properly. below is a our setup and criteria for the setup
DATA network 10.0.0.0/24 VoIP network 172.24.1.0/24
VoIP network has 52 port managed switch and router installed by telephone vendor connected to FIOS (5 static IPs, using 188.8.131.52)
DATA network has managed switches connected to a sonicwall tz210 then to cable modem->internet. x0 LAN, x1 wan (we will be moving the data network to use the FIOS on one of the other static IPs.)
I would like to use x2 to connect to the VoIP network so that only traffic bound for 172.24.1.0/24 goes out x2. and all other traffic goes out x1. Each user will need their PC (on DATA) to see their phone (on VoIP) as well as I will need to be able to connect to the VoIP server (on VoIP).
on DATA there is a windows server running DHCP (sonicwall DHCP is disabled). On VoIP the router there is giving out IP to the phones via DHCP. so i need DHCP servers not to interfere with each other. unfortunately our phone vendor in not familiar with the sonicwalls. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.