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I installed IPTABLES and set it up to allow only ports 22(ssh) and 5060/5061 on both tcp/udp, 8085/8086 on tcp and the entire RTP range in udp.

 

Do you see any problems with this and pbxnsip?

 

Has anyone else used IPTABLES and pbxnsip V2?

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I installed IPTABLES and set it up to allow only ports 22(ssh) and 5060/5061 on both tcp/udp, 8085/8086 on tcp and the entire RTP range in udp.

 

Do you see any problems with this and pbxnsip?

 

Has anyone else used IPTABLES and pbxnsip V2?

 

I V2 I would not recommend to play with IP tables. The PBX uses /proc/route to figure out what it's IP address is when sending requests out and iptables can very easily screw that up. In V3 it is a little bit more relaxed, because the PBX asks the OS for the routing tables through a system call.

 

And as in general with iptables, you really really really have to know what you are doing here. This stuff is not for beginners.

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