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gdoes

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Has anyone installed a SIP Proxy behind KWF?
What needs to be enabled on KWF to handle SIP
traffic?

Thanks,
-Glenn
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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gdoes wrote on Fri, 30 April 2004 18:32

Has anyone installed a SIP Proxy behind KWF?
What needs to be enabled on KWF to handle SIP
traffic?

Thanks,
-Glenn


Sure, we have one similar installation here.
The only thing you have to do is create a new traffic policy rule:

Source: Internet interface
Destination: Firewall
Service: SIP
Action: Permit
Translation: local network IP with installed SIP proxy

The SIP service definition is already present in default installation.
That's all. The SIP protocol inspection module allied with the SIP service will manage incoming/outgoing voice UDP channels automatically.

What SIP proxy do you plan to install?
Not all vendors follow SIP standards right way.

[Updated on: Fri, 30 April 2004 20:09]

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gdoes

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I'm planning on using the following SIP Proxy:

http://www.inin.com/sipproxy/

Any experience with this? It comes with a 30 day trial version.

Thanks,
-Glenn
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nehaseo

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Hi there,
Thanks for sharing as I was in amidst of same problem.I'll use SIP Proxy link which you have mentioned above and will reply later.

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