Paul Warner | 1 Jun 06:36 2004
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ADSL and VOIP question

This is slightly out of the ordinary

The company I work for is trying out some VOIP stuff

We have a PBX system in the city and I have taken a VIOP phone home to test 
on my Jetsurf 256.

At both ends I have pin holed TCP and UDP ports 2944.

The phone comes up with the display and  buttons.  I can make and receive 
calls however I can't talk.  From talking to the other techs here that the 
speech is carried on the UDP path.

Does anyone know  if Telecom blocks the UDP port 2944??

The city router is a M1122 and at home a RTA020.  I have also tried the 
home end with a DSE model with the same results..

TIA

Paul Warner

paul.warner <at> bigfoot.com

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Steve | 1 Jun 06:56 2004
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Re: ADSL and VOIP question

Without knowing what phone or PBX or protocol you are trying to use..

Generally (in the case of SIP at least) you have a singnalling protocol 
and then once the call has been confirmed, an RTP stream that will carry 
the actual audio data.

Usually the signalling is quite firewall friendly, however - the RTP 
streams can be a completely different matter and will usually result  
in the exact fault you are seeing.

The RTP stream will usually operate on a dynamic port and may or may 
not be settable in the phone's software. Sometimes you can also get 
round NAT issues by using an RTP proxy.

More information would be helpful but it is highly unlikely that Telecom 
would be blocking the port in question.

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On Tue, 1 Jun 2004, Paul Warner wrote:

> This is slightly out of the ordinary
> 
> The company I work for is trying out some VOIP stuff
> 
> We have a PBX system in the city and I have taken a VIOP phone home to test 
> on my Jetsurf 256.
> 
> At both ends I have pin holed TCP and UDP ports 2944.
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Bruce Barton | 1 Jun 10:18 2004
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RE: ADSL and VOIP question

I have been using VOIP and SIP (port 5060) for over 2 years on full
jetstream, 128k and now 256k.

I don't believe Telecom are blocking any ports.

I have a SIP aware hardware firewall, SIP server and also use SIP
registries such as Freeworld Dialup,
SipCall and lately Gossiptel to talk to friends and relatives in the UK.
SIP VOIP is very popular in Europe and Japan but seems t be slow to get
off the ground here.

Cheers,

Bruce Barton

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Sent: 1 June 2004 4:57 PM
To: Paul Warner
Cc: adsl <at> lists.unixathome.org
Subject: Re: ADSL and VOIP question

Without knowing what phone or PBX or protocol you are trying to use..

Generally (in the case of SIP at least) you have a singnalling protocol
and then once the call has been confirmed, an RTP stream that will carry

the actual audio data.

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Sam @ ProData | 1 Jun 11:03 2004

Thomson Speedtouch 5x0 ADSL Modems

Hey again everyone,

Does anyone have any experience with port management on a Thomson Speedtouch
5x0 modem?

What I'm wanting to know is, have they improved the interface so that
opening/closing incoming/outgoing ports is easier, or do you still have to
do all this via the command line?

Thanks,

Sam.

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ADSL Support | 1 Jun 11:13 2004
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RE: Thomson Speedtouch 5x0 ADSL Modems

Hi Sam,

In the new 500 series routers, all NAT operations can be done through the
GUI. 
The latest firmware also has UPnP ability, so depending on the software some
ports can be open/closed dynamically.

Any enquiries regarding the Alcatel/Thomson Products can be directed to 0800
2522 835 - option 2, or Support <at> connectplay.co.nz

Thanks,
Brent

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To: ADSL List
Subject: Thomson Speedtouch 5x0 ADSL Modems

Hey again everyone,

Does anyone have any experience with port management on a Thomson Speedtouch
5x0 modem?

What I'm wanting to know is, have they improved the interface so that
opening/closing incoming/outgoing ports is easier, or do you still have to
do all this via the command line?

Thanks,
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Tortise | 4 Jun 13:27 2004
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Nokia M1122 DHCP IP address assignment table? Does it exist?

Hi
Can anyone tell me how one finds out the IP addresses assigned by the Nokia
M1122, in the LAN?  I need to identify one, and cannot see where this
information exists, if it does at all?  (DHCP is turned on!)
In advance many thanks.
Kind regards
David Hingston
http://www.cheqsoft.com

Crafters of iconic system tray software:
=> Break Reminder - for safe and efficient PC use
=> TimesOwn - multi time zone clock and calculator
=> Clipboard Express - drag n drop database saves serious time
=> MP3Detective - MP3 player manager
=> Engines2go - faster Internet searching

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Simon Tuxford | 4 Jun 14:40 2004
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Re: Nokia M1122 DHCP IP address assignment table? Does it exist?

Hi there,

This is totally from memory and it has been a while since I used a
M1122....... but if you telnet into the M1122 and have a look for a file
called dhcp.leases this should give you the information you are looking for.

If those doesn't sort it out for you, someone else should know else I have a
M1122 kicking around somewhere so could get it up and running and have a
look for you.

Thanks,
Simon.

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From: "Tortise" <tortise <at> paradise.net.nz>
To: <adsl <at> lists.unixathome.org>
Sent: Friday, June 04, 2004 11:27 PM
Subject: Nokia M1122 DHCP IP address assignment table? Does it exist?

> Hi
> Can anyone tell me how one finds out the IP addresses assigned by the
Nokia
> M1122, in the LAN?  I need to identify one, and cannot see where this
> information exists, if it does at all?  (DHCP is turned on!)
> In advance many thanks.
> Kind regards
> David Hingston
> http://www.cheqsoft.com
>
> Crafters of iconic system tray software:
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Ben | 4 Jun 14:58 2004
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RE: Nokia M1122 DHCP IP address assignment table? Does it exist?

Tortise wrote:
> Hi
> Can anyone tell me how one finds out the IP addresses assigned by the
> Nokia M1122, in the LAN?  I need to identify one, and cannot see
> where this information exists, if it does at all?  (DHCP is turned
> on!) In advance many thanks. Kind regards David Hingston
> http://www.cheqsoft.com    
> 
> Crafters of iconic system tray software:
> => Break Reminder - for safe and efficient PC use
> => TimesOwn - multi time zone clock and calculator
> => Clipboard Express - drag n drop database saves serious time =>
> MP3Detective - MP3 player manager => Engines2go - faster Internet
> searching  

In the router's web interface, click on Statistics, then click on IP -
it should show the DHCP server statistics at the bottom of the page.

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Tortise | 4 Jun 23:21 2004
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Re: Nokia M1122 DHCP IP address assignment table? Does it exist?

Many thanks Ben, so it is.
I find it only shows the IP addresses it assigns, not the static ones on the
LAN also, which is why I missed it.
Kind regards
David Hingston
Chequers Software Ltd
Wellington, New Zealand.
http://www.cheqsoft.com
CheqSoft is associated with the Technology Entrepreneur Centre

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=> Break Reminder - for safe and efficient PC use
=> TimesOwn - multi time zone clock and calculator
=> Clipboard Express - drag n drop database saves serious time
=> MP3Detective - MP3 player manager
=> Engines2go - faster Internet searching

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From: Ben
To: 'Tortise' ; adsl <at> lists.unixathome.org
Sent: Saturday, June 05, 2004 12:58 AM
Subject: RE: Nokia M1122 DHCP IP address assignment table? Does it exist?

Tortise wrote:
> Hi
> Can anyone tell me how one finds out the IP addresses assigned by the
> Nokia M1122, in the LAN?  I need to identify one, and cannot see
> where this information exists, if it does at all?  (DHCP is turned
> on!) In advance many thanks. Kind regards David Hingston
> http://www.cheqsoft.com
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Ian Batterbee | 5 Jun 01:24 2004
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Re: ADSL and VOIP question

 > At both ends I have pin holed TCP and UDP ports 2944.

Where did you get 2944 from ?  Are you sure that's the port the RTP 
streams are being sent and received on ?

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