Re: [GnomeMeeting-devel-list] SIP, RTP ports and firewall

Damien Sandras a écrit :

Le mardi 22 novembre 2005 à 12:21 +0100, Daniel Huhardeaux a écrit :
Damien Sandras a écrit :

Le mardi 22 novembre 2005 à 12:03 +0100, Damien Sandras a écrit :

And also, it looks exactly like the bug I fixed 2 days ago.

Can you make sure that you are using version 2.22 of rtp.cxx?

Also, don't forget to put the break as explained yesterday. thanks.

Btw, it just looks like those ports are not locally usable on your

They are. All my SoftPhones, ATA or IP phones are using those ports. Just have to modify the IP in iptables and those ports are redirected to the device/soft on which I'm working. I just try with Linux version of XLite and it's ok.

And you are sure that Xlite is binding to those ports locally?

Call to #1612 fwd pulver com (FWD is my second account, first and third are disabled). Listen SIP port=5060, listen RTP port=16384 in System Settings -> Networks from XLite

tcpdump -i ppp0 udp and port 16384 on my GW

Last logs:

13:07:24.773325 IP > UDP, length: 172 13:07:24.777176 IP > UDP, length: 172 13:07:24.793437 IP > UDP, length: 172 13:07:24.803263 IP > UDP, length: 172 13:07:24.803817 IP > UDP, length: 172

tcpdump udp and port 16384 and host

Last logs:

13:13:51.483137 IP > UDP, length: 172 13:13:51.483646 IP > UDP, length: 172 13:13:51.526479 IP > UDP, length: 172 13:13:51.529946 IP > UDP, length: 172 13:13:51.530505 IP > UDP, length: 172

Didn't change anything at my firewall rules between those calls and GM calls. I pluged Sipura1001, working well with the same rules.

To explain you, on my firewall I have several SIP setup ready for privat IP addresses, EG 16560 UDP for signalling and 16384:16388 for RTP. Second will be 16561, 16389:16393 aso.

When I want to make some test with SIP devices and servers *OUTSIDE* my networks, just have to adapt the IP address and ports in Softphone/ATA/IP Phone with my FW ones, that's all. Apart from GM :-(, it's working like a charm, even with windows soft under wine!

I had the same rules with GM in H323 and GnuGK on the same lan, was working well. And I have the same for IAX agent/servers, working well too (3 asterisks on the same network ;-))


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