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king_of_the_dancing_apes

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Hi All,
I installed the latest version (6 - from the website link) because it was advertised as being SiP 'friendly'. I configured my IPPhone, a ZyXEL P2000W as per my TSP's instructions and it didn't work !!! - I switch the firewall off and it works !! - It must be the firewall that is stopping this from working. By 'Not working' I mean that I can initiate and receive calls but I never get any Audio, according to my TSP the NAT process modifies the IP packets (which it must do to modify the Source/Destination IP fields), which is the reason that I never get any Audio !!!!

Has anyone successfully managed to get an IPPhone working with KWF6 ?? if so can they *please* share their firewall rules.


Kind regards,
DaveW

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king_of_the_dancing_apes

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Hello, any support here or not? looking at the other topics in this forum that don't have anmy answers I am beginning to wonder if KWF is a bit of a lemon ????

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Dave:

It will help to tell more about the SIP server you are connecting to.

-Glenn
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Hi,

After endless hours of trying I could make my Voip solution work with KWF 6.09. In my case a Grandstream HandyTone 486 with IP2Phone provider.

I had to modify the services definitions so that the source and destinations ports are equal in SIP. In my case they were the Sip service (port 5060) and another service in port 10000. (my provider uses that, others use 16384 for example)

Service SIP.
Protocol = UDP
Source Port= 5060
Destination Port = 5060
Protocol Inspector = SIP

Service xxx (my provicer)
Protocol = UDP
Source Port= 10000
Destination Port = 10000
Protocol Inspector = None

Apparently the VOip Phone contacted the provider in port 5060 (that 's OK), but the outgoing source port was different when doing NAT, so the provider replied to the source port and I could make calls but had no audio.

(By default the SIP service rule has ANY for source port)

Regards,
German Ruiz
Uruguay

[Updated on: Fri, 28 January 2005 21:54]


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