The port UDP 14931 is at the Cisco portal side of the connection and can't be changed, but at the ON100 side of the connection the traffic is generated on a random port destined towards the portal's port 14931 UDP. No port-forwarding should be necessary at the network hosting the ON100, the traffic should return to whichever random UDP port it left that network from. If the ON100 is behind a NAT router, and ports 10000-20000 are restricted as to who can send to them (for use with RTP traffic), then that NAT router must take care to not use ports 10000-20000 for any outbound traffic other than RTP.
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