[Klug-general] Asterisk - good or bad?
dungeons88 at hotmail.com
Thu Sep 10 02:36:18 UTC 2009
"I'm currently looking at options to lose one of the NATs but everyone
I look at means I lose something."
without defining something....?
"I could combine the two but it does
not solve the problem."
without defining the problem....?
A demilitarised zone can be setup on a single multiported ipcop, smoothwall, or similar firewall box
You just need three network cards/ports - one of which can be demilitarised/wireless network
[usb wifi, I think will work]
or use the dm port to hang a wireless router on
This shouldn't be a problem for any voip setup
You may need a X100P-SE FXO card, if you haven't got one, about £20 from ebay
some proprietary routers [WRT54G] have stun server built in, I believe
- its a sort of un-mangler for the packets
> Date: Wed, 9 Sep 2009 16:59:08 +0100
> From: peterachilds at gmail.com
> To: kent at mailman.lug.org.uk
> Subject: Re: [Klug-general] Asterisk - good or bad?
> 2009/9/9 nic dan <dungeons88 at hotmail.com>:
> > Hi paully - I'm a bit late to the party, as I see you have plenty of replies
> > Something else to look at, which is apparently easier to setup is, trixbox
> > http://www.trixbox.org/
> > videosetup guide
> > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ILrp8cm1pec
> > IPV6 seems to cure the jitters
> > http://www.ipv6.com/articles/voip/VOIP-IPV6.htm
> > I'm also considering this and BE with a static IP, so I'll be interested in
> > how you get on
> > That double NAT network setup sounds awkward/cumbersome - is it really
> > necessary?
> > Wouldn't a STUN setup be better?
> > http://www.voip-info.org/wiki/view/STUN
> > What do the experts think?
> I can't work out how to get STUN to work on my Be box.
> I'm currently looking at options to lose one of the NATs but everyone
> I look at means I lose something. The bit between the two Nats is a
> silly demilitarized zone, with a wifi network running in it (and two
> computers one for In Bound stuff and one for outbound. (Not that
> anyone except the Boss uses that) I could combine the two but it does
> not solve the problem.
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