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hi,
I have a problem with the Android App, locally it works well (example https://192.168.1.34) but remotely I can not connect (example https://66.77.88.99)
The NAT of the RTP and SIP 5060/5061 ports has been done, in fact a remote extension in SIP works regularly with two-way audio.
What other ports should I do the NAT and what measures should I take in the Vodia server for the Android App to connect from the outside?

 

tnx,

Damiano
 

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You need to make sure that the app can access the PBX over HTTPS - so the rules for operating the PBX behind NAT also apply (https://doc.vodia.com/server_behind_nat). The App does not need port the SIP ports (it uses HTTP/HTTPS instead), so you must make sure that you also port-forward the HTTP/HTTPS ports.

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Okay solved.
I don't understand why locally I have one-way audio.
Windows firewall disabled, I call locally from webrtc to a local phone and I have one-way audio.

n.b.: the phone has two-way audio if I call other extensions or the trunk, it has one-way audio only if I call the extension in webrtc.

Damiano

updating:
I have now tried locally between Android app and SIP phone and audio is unidirectional.
So the problem with way forward audio is only if you use pure webrtc.

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