SIP PBX behind PSsense firewall need advice on best solution.
I did STF on this issue and I became more and more confused with all of the potential options.
Here is my issue I installed a Vertical Xcelerator IP and I want to use the IP phones outside of my network I thought this would be a simple task but it is not with SIP.
I was told by Vertical that UDP/TCP port 5060 and UDP port range 35000 to 65000 needs forwarded and 1:1 NAT needs setup. I have no issue with the port forward but the 1:1 NAT stumps me I also have read that advanced outbound NAT may do the trick.
And just an FYI I have a dynamic public IP that never changes I have had it for over 2 years I have read that 1:1 NAT does not work with dynamic IP's now to make this more complex I would like to subscribe to a SIP provider for a SIP trunk and make this work after getting the external IP phone working external.
Here is my network setup
Ip PBX 192.168.78.30
If there is anyone that could advise me on the best solution to get my SIP out on the inernet I would greatly appreciate the help.
I am not asking for my hand to be held I just need a push in the right direction. There has to be someone here that has this type of setup that could share thier knowlege.
Or, you could look in the packages forum at the 2 different solutions that have been discussed in there ;)
FreePBX is one of them, which ISTR can be configured as a SIP proxy, which is probably what you want.
Okay thanks for the info I will go down the freeswitch road. The acronym ISTR that you threw out there what is that? I STF and googled.
Funny, hit 2 on Google listed it ;)
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I see a FreePBX is one of them, which ISTR can be configured as a SIP proxy, which is probably what we want..