I have a small office with two internet separate internet connections on the same physical network.
Router One (providing internet access to all DHCP clients)
One router has DHCP ENABLED to provide PC's (DHCP ENABLED) with internet access.
Router Two (providing internet bandwidth for SIP/VOIP client)
The other router has DHCP disabled. SIP clients are configured with static IP on different subnet to router one. The SIP clients have their DNS and GATEWAY set to point to Router Two.
This setup appears to work fine and has been running for some time.
Should I configure it another way?
I have been reading a little about VLANS but have little understanding of what the benefits may be?
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