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Last year I created a thread that never got solved. I finally tracked down the problem and a fix. The thread in reference is noted above, the command the fixed my problems is below:

no ip nat service sip udp port 5060

I tracked this down from the following two websites.

I was hoping to add this to the bottom of my other post (noted above) so that way if others have this problem and are searching can find the answer that I did. But it seems it was closed. So I guess this is the best next thing.

CCNA, A+, HP Certified Professional

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