match ip rtp 16383 16383 or match ip rtp 16384 16383

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Feb 13th, 2009

Can someone tell me the difference between these two commands. We have routers with QoS configurations done both ways. I know that the "match ip rtp 16384 16383" matches all even RTP ports, which are used for payload and does not match RTP odd ports, which are used signaling. But what is the result if you use "match ip rtp 16383 16383"? This command is also found in some old Cisco documentation but I can't find what exactly it's matching.



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Jaime Valencia Fri, 02/13/2009 - 07:29

there really is no use on that

the 1st parameter simply is the starting port on which to apply the command

it simply covers 1 port more than the other command but that's out of the RTP

behavior is exactly the same but starts on port 16383



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shell99101 Fri, 02/13/2009 - 07:43

So are you saying both commands will work. Both commands will match all even RTP ports within the range of 16384 to 32767?

"match ip rtp 16383 16383" = matches even ports within range 16383 to 32767?

"match ip rtp 16384 16383" = matches even ports within range 16384 to 32767?



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