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Elavarasan

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i want to join a number of systems in a VPN(Zeri Tier), but iam unwilling to install ZeroTier on all nodes, how to get into my existing home network with single node
 

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Make one of the ZeroTier nodes as the intermediate device which routes traffic from/to ZT (enable IP forwarding).

You'd need to add the appropriate route for your internal network to go via the intermediate node in ZeroTier console, and add a static route on your main router for all ZeroTier traffic to go via that internediate ZT node.

I do exactly this and works great.
 

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To give an example with IP addresses. Let's assume your ZT network space is 10.0.0.0/24 and your home network space is 192.168.0.0/24.

Now your intermediate node would have ZT installed and would be part of your home network, two interfaces.

ZT IP - 10.0.0.10
Home Network IP - 192.168.0.10

Now on ZT console you'd add a route for 192.168.0.0/24 to go via 10.0.0.10 and on your home router you'd add a route for 10.0.0.0/24 to go via 192.168.0.10
 


Elavarasan

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Thank you for your reply @varkey . actually i am understanding the concept that you are saying but iam new to ZT and BSNL-FTTH last week only i got my connection.. so iam having no idea how to implement it practically. can you please say it elaborately
 

Elavarasan

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And i also readed your sip access from remote loction (out of home network) with the help of ZT .

i also like to do that same for me but not having any practiacal idea..

and aslo i did'nt have two routers as you.. iam using the native xpon ONT router which is given by LCO. now it is configured with a telephone line cardless phone(hard phone)
 

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It would be much easier if you get yourself an OpenWRT capable device to be used as your primary router. That can be made your ZeroTier router/intermediary device as well. Same for remote VOIP/SIP.

Without it, it's going to be difficult, else you'd need to designate an always on PC to do that job.
 


Elavarasan

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yes i planeed to use a rashberry pi for this job ... and i did'nt prefer to use another router.. because iam in need of using rashberry pi

and i having one dout @varkey as you said in early posts we can use bridge mode and bind LAN 2 port for that voice configiration
what i like to know is can we create another AP(SSID_2) in the ONU and is it possible to bind that second AP with that
if i did like that it will work or not? and is that supports SIP Forking..?
 

varkey

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Yes, a Raspberry PI should be fine.

Why do you want to connect over WiFi? 🤔 Which ONT do you have? If your ONT supports it you could bind multiple VLANs to a port and use a single cable to the Pi.
 

Elavarasan

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👆 this one...

Iam trying to use SIP via wifi itself beacause it's easy to connect smart phone and with SIP client i can make call easily insted of using the telephone
 

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