H323



  • Hey there! I have long been trying to find solutions to perform port forwarding with support for protocol h323 and could not find a solution by means of PFsense. In comparison with other systems (for example End*an FW) where install only this 2 modules: nf_nat_h323, nf_conntrack_h323 and NAT with POLYCOM work  great.
    I do not really understand how you can install them in PFssense 2.2 /
    Who can help with advice how to fix them? NAT unable to support this protocol, it will be very useful for many people. Let's do a good deed! I take all the tests as there POLIKOM and PFsense 2.2,. and external static ip and my time, I fully share the results of your advice. Who can help with advice how to fix them?
    I think about that need look :
    http://www.gnugk.org/


  • Banned

    You do NOT install any such thing. This is not Linux. As noted on other threads, you need to configure the public IP somewhere in the device settings. E.g., https://forum.pfsense.org/index.php?topic=60758.0

    Also: H.323 Video Conference Codec behind PFSense Guide / Explanation



  • Unfortunately I do not have even one single external IP which could be NAT 1: 1. I only have one and it is used for NAT for other services. It is a pity that nothing can be set. Since nothing is perfect.



  • Also: H.323 Video Conference Codec behind PFSense Guide / Explanation
    i now its post, but this not working with my Polycom


  • Banned

    @flagman:

    Unfortunately I do not have even one single external IP which could be NAT 1: 1.

    You completely misunderstood the suggestion. No such thing needed. See this: https://forum.pfsense.org/index.php?topic=60758.msg327395#msg327395



  • Thank you for trying to help me! I can not use NAT 1: 1 because it is already using port forwarding on this ip to other services.
    Sorry, I did not know in what topic to write better or in or NAT


  • Banned

    Sigh. Did you really read the post at all?! You do NOT need any 1:1 NAT. Configure the device so that it is aware of the public IP. Example: pages 72, 73 of this PDF. (First hit for "Polycom H.323" on Google. Kindly find your own manual for your own unknown device.



  • My Polycom is set up correctly, He sees and automatically determines my external ip. Let's go back to being able to install h323 may still possible as a set?


  • Banned

    No idea what are you requesting or what problem are you trying to solve now, not to mention that it is impossible to provide any advice with zero relevant information provided (like, the exact device modem and its relevant settings.) And no, you most certainly cannot install Linux kernel modules on FreeBSD.



  • I understood you. Thank you for taking the time to find a solution to this problem! I very much hope that in future versions will be implemented to support the transfer H323 protocol to the fullest!


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