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Cisco SIP through a Firewall

Posted on 2010-08-23
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I have a Cisco SIP trunk going to Exchange UM on a different segment through a Juniper firewall. If I limit the FW policy to SIP (5060), calls do not go through. I am also seeing a lot of traffic on some hugh UDP ports once the session is initiated. How do I find the range that it is going to use so I can open this up?
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by:Larry Larmeu
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Your SIP trunk provider should provide the ports.
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My SIP trunk is coming from my Cisco CallManager.
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I looked up the ports in Cisco's documentation and added them to the rule. Everything works fine.
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