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Exchange 2010 sip port

Posted on 2013-11-06
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Hi,

I´d like to change the SIP port from 5060 to another one.

Can be done using the console ? I know it can be changed using powershell.

Any idea?

regards
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Question by:heze54
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James Smith earned 500 total points
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Hi heze,

Try this command to change your SIP post :

set-umserver -id %server% -siptcplisteningport

Resource : http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa998265.aspx


Thanks
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by:heze54
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HI,

Impossible to run that command.

Maybe this one?  Set-UMCallRouterSettings cmdlet.
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by:James Smith
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Hi ,

Yes, you can run this command as the behalf of Microsoft resource
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by:heze54
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I tried some parameters but  always errors.

Could be changed using de console not  the PS?
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