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5th April 2004 at 18:53 #26826JCGuest
Does anyone have a cisco ata 186 working h.323 behind nat network?
Please any suggestion reply this or email ok7th April 2004 at 00:34 #26827nexgenGuest
turn on dmz on for nat.. ata 186 works.. when behind nat.. you may not get ring back tone.. thats antother issue.. maybe someone will know how to figure that one out.. doy ouknow how to do a trace.. maybe we can help eachother.. what is your email7th April 2004 at 12:44 #26828NonameGuest
One ATA 186 working like a champ behind a NAt on a Linksys.
Be AWARE!!! I run into some other ATA 186b with older software that still work behind NAT, but with the same exact configuration do not give you any ringback.
One good tip to test ATA behing NAT.
Use the I.P. address of “Dual Talk” gateway to test.
Dial “123” on the phone, plus the I.P. of the gateways.
That will send the call to the dualtalk gateway I.P. just for this call.
You will hear an announcement. Goes trough most NATS like a bullet.15th April 2004 at 00:40 #26829DUAL TalkGuest23rd April 2004 at 18:08 #26830AhmedGuest
Hi I have ATA 186 configured very well and I got dial tone ,and if I dail any phone number I hear the ring tone but when the other party pickup the phone I can hear nothing ,my connection is dialup,and I’m behind arouter.pls help5th May 2004 at 04:38 #26831tcomaxGuest
I need to configure quintum A400 to use dualtalk. Any suggestions welcome.5th May 2004 at 14:49 #26832NonameGuest
No much trouble at all. Just make a static route to the I.P. that dual-talk uses, set up the numbers that you want to send to dual-talk,set up codec and you should be getting the test messages on no time.
If you need the configuration, I still have a Quintum A400 that is out of service that still have the configuration.
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