how to define a range port CME

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Jan 15th, 2009

Is it posible to define several number ports in voice register global?

I have already register a SIP trunk with a SIP provier but I can't make calls.

The provider told I need to open UDP an TCP port from 5060 to 5090.

In the option "voice register global"

I can just define one port 5060

regards

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Nicholas Matthews Thu, 01/15/2009 - 10:13

If you are changing the source port for SIP CME, you will also need to change this command:

voice service voip

sip

listen-port

At this time, it doesn't look like there is any support for listening to multiple different ports for SIP.

There is a new product coming out, the Cisco Unified Sip Proxy (CUSP) that supports multiple ports, but I get the feeling this isn't what you're looking for.

hth,

nick

Paolo Bevilacqua Thu, 01/15/2009 - 10:14

Hi, the CME will use 5060 only to register, hence there is no range to define, and you don't use "voice register global" to register yourself, that's for your phones. You use instead registrar (sip) to register the router to itsp.

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