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ben.pintilie

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Hi All,

This is a bit long winded, here is the email to Kerio, not had a reply yet - do any of you guys have any ideas?

Posted on 01 Aug 2005 09:43 PM
Hi there,

Firstly, grab a coffee (tea, chocolate or cola...) you will need it! I have a problem with VOIP (specifically SIP - please read it all for it to make sense!)

My setup is:

Kerio WRF machine
Internal IP - 192.169.1.1 (Compaq to lan)
External - Dynamic IP from ISP (Cheetah to Internet)

Asterisk Machine (Voip)
Internal IP - 192.168.1.3
(This address is set to Dynamic - but in WRF to only allocate this address to this machine)

I have set up a Traffic Policy as follows:
Name= Asterisk Outbound
Source= 192.168.1.3
Destination=Cheetah to Internet
Service=Any
Action=allow
Log= P+C
Translation= NAT (Default outgoing interface)

Name= Asterisk Inbound
Source= Cheetah to Internet
Destination=Firewall
Service=Any
Action=allow
Log= P+C
Translation= Map 192.168.1.3

I am able with this setup to make calls using the IAX protocol without a problem - Like wise I can recieve calls.

The problem I have is with SIP calls, when I look in status -> Connections I see the following

Traffic Rule= Asterisk
Service=SIP
Source= sipgate.co.uk
Destination 192.168.1.3
Source Port=5060
Destination Port=0
Protocol= UDP
Timeout=00:00:04
RX (KB)=18.5
TX (KB)=17.5
Info=SIP

Can you give me any ideas why the destination port is 0 when there is an attempted inbound connection, all the other services such as IAX and time protocol etc. work.

If you need any more information in order to help me please let me know.

Thanks
Ben
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germanr

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Maybe it may help, I could find a setup to use SIP for outgoing-incoming connections. See post.

http://forums.kerio.com/index.php?t=msg&goto=17030&S =b798c880346118c2ea87bad3df478e34&srch=voip#msg_17030

You have to modify to make that source & destination ports are the same so it works.

Regards
German

[Updated on: Sat, 06 August 2005 14:20]


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ben.pintilie

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Hey German,

Thanks for that - I have tried and that did not help:( Any other ideas?
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Here I send you the rules & the service definitions. (I modified the SIP service so that destination and source ports are the same).
I don't know why but in order to work I had to make 4 separate rules. It was trial & error.

In my case the Voip router is in local ip 192.168.1.10

index.php?t=getfile&id=655&private=0


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germanr

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Here's the services definitions.
index.php?t=getfile&id=656&private=0


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Here, we use VOIP with KWF... the rules is:

Source: 192.168.1.3
Destination: Any
Service: SIP / VOIP
Action: Allow
Translation: Nat default
Protocol inspector: none


and

Name= Asterisk Inbound
Source= Cheetah to Internet
Destination=Firewall
Service=Any
Action=allow
Log= P+C
Translation= Map 192.168.1.3 and Nat default
Protocol Inspector: none
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germanr

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If you don't edit the services SIP & whatever it uses & set that the source and destination ports so that they are the same, you will not make it work.

The problem I had is that KWF sends a packet to a destination port 5060 , but the source port is anyone. The VOIP service will reply to the source port of KWF & you will not get it connected.
Regards
German


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ben.pintilie

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Hi there, thanks for your help.

It looks like we have different versions of WRF,

I have attached a copy of what my translations area look like, would you mind having a look and telling me what you settings relate to on their?

Thanks
Ben

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I am using latest KWF 6.0.1 build 419

Here are the translations ( i have 2 for incoming and 2 for outgoing). On port 5060 and 10000,


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index.php?t=getfile&id=672&private=0

This is the incoming port mapping.

[Updated on: Fri, 12 August 2005 19:47]


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Just want to add additional question? the sample settings uses map to redirect the port to a specific computer, so i assumed that only one workstation need this SIP connection. what if you have 20 workstation that requires the same services. right now were using a linksys to handle the SIP. but we intend to use it using KWF. does anyone tried to setup multiple sip connection? oh btw the gateway provider is www.eagle.net. please reply need your expert advice.
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I am aswell application latest KWF 6.0.1 body 419.


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