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opening port 5060

Posted on 2006-07-06
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Hi,
 I'm trying to forward my port 5060 to my asterisk box and have set both TCP and UDP to forward to my asterisk internal IP. But when I try to check if it open I get a Error: I could not see your service on 24.123.112.138 on port (5060)
Reason: Connection refused
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Question by:BrijBhasin
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by:Frabble
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How are you checking? "Connection refused" sounds like you are testing using TCP and being rejected - asterisk only listens on UDP 5060.
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by:BrijBhasin
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ya I know but even when I open both it still rejects TCP 5060 .. how should I test UDP
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by:Frabble
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Why not set up a SIP extension and use a SIP softphone to see if registration is successful.
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by:BrijBhasin
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I thought there might be some NAT issue with SIP
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There will be a NAT issue, especially if your kit doing the port forwarding doesn't handle SIP, but this will be with the media ports if you try a set up a call.
If all you're doing is testing UDP 5060 from the outside in, that's all the softphone will use when logging in.
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