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NS1000 3rd party SIP phone - inconsistent
« on: June 05, 2023, 06:01:54 PM »
Trying to connect some Grandstream (tho its the same with the MicroSIP app on my laptop) to a customers lan, which is on a different lan to the NS1000.  I just upgraded to V9 so the licenses are unlocked.
The phones log in to the NS but there's no audio in either direction.  I've set up port forwarding as follows:
5060U - 5060 of NS1000 main IP
8000-34000U - DSP IP
I dont think the panasonic is sending the correct IP as a from / return IP because in the wireshark it still shows its lan address, not the bridge IP address (which i've entered into the media relay field).
Any thoughts or notes to share?
Thanks, Marty
Marty Atherton

Was a Samsung 'expert' * Panasonic * Grandstream * Ascom TeleCareIP Nurse Call
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