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H323 behind Pix firewall

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    Sodom
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    I am trying to run Cisco Ata 186 with H323 behind Cisco PIX firewall.

    Is there anybody who managed such work and can help me, what must be done. The only info that i got is this is possible with SSCP fixup protocol.

    #22399 Reply
    JH
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    Doesn’t Cisco’s Tech support help you with this? I configured a VoIP solutions through a sonicwall and got zero support from the manufacturers. Is this the situation with Cisco?

    #22400 Reply
    Steve
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    I just replied another msg of the same issue on voice system behind firewall. If it’s behind the firewall, you need to have to appropriate ports open for the protocol to pass through. Usually voice system requires tcp ports 1779~1786, and udp ports 10000~20000. If you wanna fine tune the ports, use a port monitor or norton personal firewall software to pick out the exact port. Good luck.

    #22401 Reply
    R
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    If you are doing H323, thne you need to fixup 323 not sccp.

    #22402 Reply
    Marcos
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    Sodom:

    I´m using a Cisco ATA 186 behind a PIX and the only thing I`ve done is give the ATA a public address in “TRANSLATION RULES” and let any access form outside in “ACCESS RULES” (there´s no security issues with that).

    #22403 Reply
    Marcos
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    pay close attention to the firmare image version you are running too! Hopefully the latest version!

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