Inbound or outbound through the Pix? If it's outbound, the default fixups for h223 will probably suffice and additional configuration will probably not be necessary. (assuming NAT and routing have already been taken care of for outbound accesss in general.)
If it's inbound, you'll need [static] entries and an ACL to allow the appropriate traffic in to your endpoint.
thks,I will be allocating my global IP which is my VC device to my counterpart overseas,they will be pointing it back to my site to setup the video conf,is it means an inbound connection?How will be the ACL looks like,advise is much appreciated.
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NAT-T works. Background: ESP encrypts all critical information,
encapsulating the entire inner TCP/UDP datagram within an ESP header.
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