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Direct media path outside nat location

Direct media path outside nat location

Direct media path outside nat location

I konw this is possible in the same nat location (same public IP Adrress).

But is there a way to allow or force direct media path outside the same NAT location.

Is there any NUSN available to allow this?

RE: Direct media path outside nat location

I had to think long and hard to find the NUSN meaning smile

I found this one in my help file of the latest files
but that means enabling DMP by types of phones and lines and might be just what you need.

FHandw, ACSS (SME)

Remembering intrigrant 2019

RE: Direct media path outside nat location

Westi, thanks,

But this NUSN (which stands for NO USER SOURCE NUMBER...) is to disable DMP between different type of phones (h323-sip).

The point is, in my setup I' m using now, our SIP phones has two IP adresses (from the looks of the IP Office).
Phone one has public IP 192.168.3.xxx and private IP 10.90.0.xxx (where xxx is the same).
phone two (which is in the same location) has public IP 192.168.3.yyy and private IP 10.90.0.yyy (where yyy is the same).

Now, as designed by avaya, and mentioned in the help file, DMP can only been done when both phones has the same public IP, which in my setup is not the case.

So what I need is a NUSN that overrides that behaviour..

RE: Direct media path outside nat location

Hi Okkie
I got the NUSN (after about 15 seconds)smile

I found this in my notes but not 100% sure if that is doing what you are looking for either and I doubt it.


NAT traversal entry?

Sorry this is all on notes that I have for this. You might have to play with it.

FHandw, ACSS (SME)

Remembering intrigrant 2019

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