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Cisco ASA 5505 and Polycom HDX 6000

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Hi,

I have a Polycom unit which I am setting up on a asa 5505 firewall and I have it now that I can make calls but can't receive them.  I have an outside interface, Inside Interface and an Interface for the Video Conference Unit and have assigned a NAT on the Video Conference Unit interface to the actual LAN IP for the Polycom.  I believe I have all the necessary ports opened and can also browse the public IP via https to access the unit but it just wont accept incoming calls.

What could be wrong?
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Did you disable SIP inspection on the ASA?
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Does the firewall show blocked or allowed traffic when trying to call into the Polycom?
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I set it to allow all IP as a test and the VC works perfectly.  When I lock it down to specific ports, I can see some being denied but when i allow them, it still doesn't work.  Does anyone know exactly what ports should be open?
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If you are using the default ports, you should be able to allow the TCP and UDP ports specified on page 2-23 of this doc.  Note that there is a range of TCP & UDP ports needed.

http://support.polycom.com/global/documents/support/setup_maintenance/products/video/hdx_ag.pdf
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