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SSG5 - AvayaSoftphone or VoIP over the VPN

SSG5 - AvayaSoftphone or VoIP over the VPN

(OP)
No Audio in either direction.
I have already attempted to disable SIP and H.323 in the ALG no luck. All ports/services are open in the policy.

Any ideas?

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RE: SSG5 - AvayaSoftphone or VoIP over the VPN

Copy of config?

RE: SSG5 - AvayaSoftphone or VoIP over the VPN

Check that the VPN's network address space is in the Avaya's network region table. Then I'd check the codec used in the Avaya (I think it should be G.711 for local subnets and G.729 for remote).

RE: SSG5 - AvayaSoftphone or VoIP over the VPN

(OP)
I have got the VPN to pass the audio correctly however, the VPN drops connectivity intermittently and it does so more often during busier times of day. It appears to be doing this after a period of inactivity at least to me but I am not sure about that as users are just complaining about it dropping.  

ACA - Implement IP Office
ACS - Implement IP Office
ACSS - SMEC (IP Office)
JNCIA-EX
JNCIA-ER
JNCIA-FWV
Convergence+  

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