Simple ISDN Internet Connection
In this example, we want all non-local data traffic to be routed to the Internet. The Internet Service Provider (ISP) has provided the account details required. Using the IP Office's Network Address Translation (NAT), a single account can be used for all users.
Select Service and add a normal service. Change the following settings and click OK.
Account Name: As provided by the ISP.
Password: As provided by the ISP.
Telephone Number: As provided by the ISP.
Check Request DNS.
Select IP Route and add a new route. Change the following settings and click OK.
Leave the IP Address and IP Mask blank. This will then match any data traffic that isn't matched by any other IP Route entry.
Select the service created above as the Destination.
In the example above, a default IP Route was created which then routed all traffic to the required Service. An alternate method to do this with IP Office is to select Default Route within the Service settings.