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A whole VoIP solution

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    ksabc
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    In general, the ISP can block the TCP 1720 port only, try to :

    1. If both VOIP Gateway in two endpoint support modifying the H.225 Q.931 TCP port ( like change to 1721 ), change them;

    2. Most VOIP Gateway can’t modify the TCP port of Q.931, try to use some Port Mapping software like :
    PortTunnel http://www.steelbytes.com
    GDataPipe http://www.gwacc.co.za/software.htm
    PortMapper http://www.analogx.com

    So it should works like :

    VOIP—1720—PortMappingComputer—1721—–Internet—–1721—PortMappingComputer—1720—VOIP

    Good luck.

    #20337 Reply
    Ahmed Hashim
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    Can someone please tell me of a product hardware that is not needed on both sides that can pass through \voip calls currently the ISP has blocked please respond ASAP thank you

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    kevin gray
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    ahmed you can do it with gateways at either end depending on the kit your using. if you want to discuss let me know!

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    Ahmed
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    Kevin please explain what you mean

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    Mohammed Hussein
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    The only backbone for internet in kenya is Jambo net but for reasons unknown they have blocked VoIp thus i cannot get connection to net2phone servers please can someone advice me how i can go over it, thanks Mohammed

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