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Roy Batty

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Hi,


Is there a way to restrict Operator login page (https) only for local ?

Because when i restrict HTTPS login page Softphone is not working anymore...

We don't want to expose this page from internet just only local.

BTW what is the port needed to be exposed to internet to be able to use Softphone, because i follow other post but no luck ;< and i don't use SIP provider because we use analog gateway,

So to be able to use softphone from outside i expose theses ports: SIP-TLS / HTTPS / UDP 10000-20000.


Thanks for any help!

Regards,

[Updated on: Wed, 22 February 2017 18:43]

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Brian (GFI/Kerio)

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You can restrict access to the web server using the built-in firewall, configured in the Network section. The Kerio Operator Softphone desktop application uses only HTTPS, however the mobile version also uses SIP/RTP exactly as you previously noted.

Brian Carmichael
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Roy Batty

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Hi thanks for your reply,

Unfortunately i need to leave HTTPS open in Kerio control and open all ip in (Webserver) firewall of Operator to be able to use Kerio Operator Softphone Apps on Iphone.

I don't want to expose this page from the internet and want all our smart phone to work with web page block from the internet.

So to use smart phone app i need to leave HTTPS port open from internet :/

Regards,

[Updated on: Mon, 27 February 2017 18:07]

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