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IX Workplace Mobile/Remote
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IX Workplace Mobile/Remote

IX Workplace Mobile/Remote

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Anyone have good documentation on how to set up IX Workplace on a mobile phone or remote worker with no VPN? This will connect to a standalone IP 500, not server edition. KB shows ports to forward (443, 80, 8411, 411 depending on whether or not certificates are being used) then port 5060 (although this is an issue with Android) and the range 40750-50750. I found the document for server edition but it doesn't work or I am missing something. I have forwarded ports listed and it seems to connect but then gives an error. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. I am wondering if the LAN settings need to be set up with a STUN server to check for Port Restricted NAT similar to the way remote phones need to be done.

RE: IX Workplace Mobile/Remote

If you forward port 80 to the ip office on the public IP you will surely get hacked one day.

RE: IX Workplace Mobile/Remote

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Thanks Captain Obvious. Now back to our regularly scheduled program. Any HELPFUL information would be greatly appreciated.

RE: IX Workplace Mobile/Remote

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Do you want help or not? The response from Jinxs was perfectly accurate even if you didn't think it helpful. Your response however was stupid for someone wanting help. Good luck.

Stuck in a never ending cycle of file copying.

RE: IX Workplace Mobile/Remote

TCP 5061
TCP 411
UDP - RTP Range

Calum M
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