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DWAyotte
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if you have the proper equipment, doing it via VPN is the best way to do it

 

but yes, you can allow out of office users to connect to the PBX without a problem, as long as you don’t have port 5060 and rtp ports blocked on your PBX/firewall

 

Without using a VPN, are the SIP Credentials passed in clear txt? Is there a way to do this via SSL or some sort of secure method? I have those ports open right now because I use a SIP Trunk.

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