How to Configure SIP and NAT

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Can you hear me now? Making VoIP work through a NAT gateway.
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i have to sip voice gatway setup

Anonymous's picture

How can I dial MY SIP device from a remote location then get an access to external number.. Like using calling cards.. I would like to use my own system.. What specific device do I need.

VOip router unbale to connect

Anonymous's picture

Looks like some kind of mystery.... SIP soft phone connects well, but I couldnt make connection with PAP2 VOIP gateway.I'll try to make the asterisk settings shown in this topic....

RTP Ports

sa's picture

I couldn't find a awy to set RTP ports on my ADSL firewall...

Many THX

Potiguar's picture

Many many many many Thanks!! I have been breaking my head trying to figure it out. Your article is down to earth and straight to the point, and made me understand everything I needed. Highly appreciated!

VoIP & NAT

papillon's picture

Very well written = easy to understand. I wish there more articles like this.

Thanks!

Vijay Sankar's picture

Very helpful article. Thank you very much

To Dial My SIP Device !

Wong Seoul's picture

How can I dial MY SIP device from a remote location then get an access to external number.. Like using calling cards.. I would like to use my own system.. What specific device do I need.

Thanks

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