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  1. There is only the SnomOnePlus in the DMZ. I also changed to port 81, but without success external - internal it's working of course. There must be a restriction inside the appliance box.. Does nobody else have this box?
  2. Thanks, I knew this page and I did the SIP IP Replacement. But it doesn't answer my question.
  3. There is no IP address listed, so everything has access.
  4. I can ping and telnet port 80 is also working. But in the browser I get Error instead of login mask.
  5. There is nothing on the blacklist nor whitelist. I can't even see the GUI when I enter the IP address in the web browser. Firewall accepts everything on the Snom One Plus, and as I said, it is in the DMZ with accepting everything. I'm not on windows, it is the Snom One plus, the appliance box from Snom, running on Linux.
  6. Hello I've put my Snom One Plus in the DMZ, but I can't access the Snom GUI over the internet. It's just working from the internal network. Is this somehow blocked, I couldn't find the access rules for this. Thanks Stefan
  7. I guess Starbucks or any other shop with free Wifi doesn't allow PnP. So a SIP Phone doesn't work in such environments?
  8. Sorry my stupid question, but do I have to do port forwarding on the phone side? I read in another thread that you don't have to do so. Is this correct? According to your question I assume the SIP messages are looking fine. At least something.. Another question, why can't I access the Snom GUI over the internet? It's somehow just working from the internal network. Is this somehow blocked, I couldn't find the access rules.. Thanks for your help. Stefan
  9. Hello all I have a Snom one plus in the DMZ of an ADSL internet access. On another ADSL internet access I have two Snom 821 and I'm trying for the last two days to make it work. Here's the log on the PBX: [5] 2011/10/01 00:50:38: SIP Rx udp:84.253.63.189:5060: REGISTER sip:bieri.homeip.net SIP/2.0 Via: SIP/2.0/UDP 84.253.63.189:5060;branch=z9hG4bK-ticbkpxlry9d;rport From: "Naruto Uzomaki" <sip:81@bieri.homeip.net>;tag=6vo4oardly To: "Naruto Uzomaki" <sip:81@bieri.homeip.net> Call-ID: 2a70263c7f32-8wg7bhkjtxpo CSeq: 2 REGISTER Max-Forwards: 70 Contact: <sip:81@84.253.63.189:5060>;reg-id=1;q=1.0;+sip.instance="<urn:uuid:793c7e1a-3934-4341-8f54-000413456FB4>";audio;mobility="fixed";duplex="full";description="snom821";actor="principal";events="dialog";methods="INVITE,ACK,CANCEL,BYE,REFER,OPTIONS,NOTIFY,SUBSCRIBE,PRACK,MESSAGE,INFO" User-Agent: snom821/8.4.32 Allow-Events: dialog X-Real-IP: 192.168.10.32 Supported: path, gruu Expires: 3600 Content-Length: 0 [9] 2011/10/01 00:50:38: Resolve 54: aaaa udp 84.253.63.189 5060 [9] 2011/10/01 00:50:38: Resolve 54: a udp 84.253.63.189 5060 [9] 2011/10/01 00:50:38: Resolve 54: udp 84.253.63.189 5060 [5] 2011/10/01 00:50:38: SIP Tx udp:84.253.63.189:5060: SIP/2.0 200 Ok Via: SIP/2.0/UDP 84.253.63.189:5060;branch=z9hG4bK-ticbkpxlry9d;rport=5060 From: "Naruto Uzomaki" <sip:81@bieri.homeip.net>;tag=6vo4oardly To: "Naruto Uzomaki" <sip:81@bieri.homeip.net>;tag=00bdd21d2d Call-ID: 2a70263c7f32-8wg7bhkjtxpo CSeq: 2 REGISTER Contact: <sip:81@84.253.63.189:5060>;expires=62 Supported: path Content-Length: 0 [5] 2011/10/01 00:50:39: SIP Rx udp:84.253.63.189:5060: REGISTER sip:bieri.homeip.net SIP/2.0 Via: SIP/2.0/UDP 84.253.63.189:5060;branch=z9hG4bK-ticbkpxlry9d;rport From: "Naruto Uzomaki" <sip:81@bieri.homeip.net>;tag=6vo4oardly To: "Naruto Uzomaki" <sip:81@bieri.homeip.net> Call-ID: 2a70263c7f32-8wg7bhkjtxpo CSeq: 2 REGISTER Max-Forwards: 70 Contact: <sip:81@84.253.63.189:5060>;reg-id=1;q=1.0;+sip.instance="<urn:uuid:793c7e1a-3934-4341-8f54-000413456FB4>";audio;mobility="fixed";duplex="full";description="snom821";actor="principal";events="dialog";methods="INVITE,ACK,CANCEL,BYE,REFER,OPTIONS,NOTIFY,SUBSCRIBE,PRACK,MESSAGE,INFO" User-Agent: snom821/8.4.32 Allow-Events: dialog X-Real-IP: 192.168.10.32 Supported: path, gruu Expires: 3600 Content-Length: 0 [5] 2011/10/01 00:50:39: SIP Tr udp:84.253.63.189:5060: SIP/2.0 200 Ok Via: SIP/2.0/UDP 84.253.63.189:5060;branch=z9hG4bK-ticbkpxlry9d;rport=5060 From: "Naruto Uzomaki" <sip:81@bieri.homeip.net>;tag=6vo4oardly To: "Naruto Uzomaki" <sip:81@bieri.homeip.net>;tag=00bdd21d2d Call-ID: 2a70263c7f32-8wg7bhkjtxpo CSeq: 2 REGISTER Contact: <sip:81@84.253.63.189:5060>;expires=62 Supported: path Content-Length: 0 [9] 2011/10/01 00:50:39: Message repetition, packet dropped The log of the Snom 821 just gives me the register, not the 200 ok. Shouldn't I get an ack from somewhere? I'm not the expert in SIP, but in the same network I have absolutely no problem. Thank you very much for your help. Stefan
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