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Ports to forward, IPnet, FXO box


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I have 3 questions.

 

1. What ports do I need to forward through my firewall. I currently am forwarding SIP 5060 and 5061 as UDP and TCP

I changed the RTP ports to 16384 - 16484 and forwarded thoser too. and I have forwarded the SNMP 161.

I can log in via the web to my server with my public IP now but I can not register phones outside my LAN. My softphones say error 408 timeout when I try from outside my LAN.

 

2. I have a Tadiran phone system and I would like to maker an IPnet in order to connect my PBXnSIP to my phone system. I would like to be able to use the lines on my system and be able to intercom back and forth.

 

3. I have a Sipura FXO box and I want to know how to connect it.

 

Thank you for any help,

Gill Abada

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I have 3 questions.

 

If they belong into different areas, it might be better to post them seperately. Makes it later easier to find the answers.

 

1. What ports do I need to forward through my firewall. I currently am forwarding SIP 5060 and 5061 as UDP and TCP

I changed the RTP ports to 16384 - 16484 and forwarded thoser too. and I have forwarded the SNMP 161.

I can log in via the web to my server with my public IP now but I can not register phones outside my LAN. My softphones say error 408 timeout when I try from outside my LAN.

 

Well, probably the easiest way is to check out the netstat command and find out what ports the PBX opened. The only dynamic ports (apart from DNS, which you don't have to take care of) is the RTP ports. A good read is http://wiki.pbxnsip.com/index.php/Office_w...ic_IP_addresses.

 

2. I have a Tadiran phone system and I would like to maker an IPnet in order to connect my PBXnSIP to my phone system. I would like to be able to use the lines on my system and be able to intercom back and forth.

 

Sorry I don't get the question here... You want to trunk into an existing (analog) PBX?

 

3. I have a Sipura FXO box and I want to know how to connect it.

 

Sipura sold their stuff a couple of years ago to Linksys, maybe http://wiki.pbxnsip.com/index.php/Linksys can help here.

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