I have a Yealink T23G SIP phone registering with our FreePBX server from the UK via an OpenVPN connection. NAT is enabled and the phone can successfully register with the PBX; The VPN is successfully connected; All UDP, no TCP ports in use or configured. I get no audio when calls are placed or received on the phone. Before making it's trip overseas I tested the phone and it worked here on.
We have opened all ports on the NAT and are blocking nothing, yet still one way audio. Watching all ports using the packet monitor. We see the audio going out, but not seeing anything hitting the firewall on the way back. We do see the 5060 traffic in and out, so the devices do see each other. Anyone have some feedback on this issue? admin July 12, 2013 at 11:59 am - Reply. Opening the ports.
This article is intended to assist you with setting up port forwarding on your Yealink phone. Please read. Configuring the RTP port. Once the phone has been rebooted, click on the Advanced Settings tab at the top of the page. From here you will need to enter the local RTP port (by default this is set to 11780-11800). If you have multiple phones then the ports will need to be staggered in.Using Port Forwarding for VoIP to overcome NAT issues. Port forwarding, sometimes referred to as tunneling, is a method of opening a port or ports in a router or firewall to allow communication from a party outside the network. Port forwarding is the act of actually forwarding a network port from one network node to another. This enables an external source to reach a port inside the private.We have 5 Yealink T42S manuals available for free PDF download: Administrator's Manual, User Manual, Configuring Manual, Quick Start Manual Yealink T42S Administrator's Manual (622 pages) SIP-T2 Series; SIP-T4 Series; SIP-T5 Series.
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SIP uses 5060 but how will i know where to define the ports for rtp. I have got one option in my 3cx system under Network option which defines the ports range which can be used for internal leg of VoIP calls.Default is 7000 - 7499.But when i block these ports using ACL on the switch i can still make the call.Read More
VigorBX 2000 - Changing SIP Ports. The Voice over IP protocol SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) is typically used on UDP port 5060 to control the initiation and handling of SIP based VoIP calls both internally and received or made through the ITSP (Internet Telephony Service Provider). The audio of a call is sent in a separate UDP packet stream on a port that is arranged when the session is.Read More
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Provisioning a remote extension in 3CX SBC. To provision a remote extension for 3CX SBC please follow the next steps: Open the following ports on the firewall and port-forward them to the 3CX Phone System IP address: TCP Port 5000 (used for the provisioning of remote extensions). TCP and UDP port 5090 (used for inbound Tunnel connections).Read More
RTP (Voice) Traffic: Audio packets are sent using RTP random ports between 20000 and 30000. If any of these ports are blocked, you can experience one-way or no way audio. Double-NATing (Double-Routing) Ideally, you only need one device to perform routing functions. Double-NATing (double-routing) is known to cause problems for VoIP phones. It is.Read More
The RTP media traffic (the actual audio stream) uses a range of udp ports that varies greatly from PBX to PBX and is usually configurable. A typical range might be 10000-20000. However, you will only need to utilize a range that is large enough to support the number of simultaneous udp ports you plan to have. So in the case of port forwarding, it makes sense to configure your PBX with as small.Read More
Protocol: Ports: DNS: 53: TFTP: 21, 69, 2400: HTTP: 80: NTP: 123: SIP: 5060, 10,002: RTP: 10,000-30,000 NOTE: This protocol must be set for inbound and outbound traffic.Read More