What I'm needing to do is to configure my firewall so that I can have video and/or voice conversations with anyone on the outside of my network with Windows Messenger. The computers on the inside are using PAT to get to the internet. My firewall is running at 6.2(2). I've enabled the fixup for sip, but it still does not connect . Strangely, yahoo messenger 's video will work, albeit slowly, but it does work.
Am I missing something in this setup? I've seen mentions of needing a sip server(?) but nothing definitive.
Michael - I've struggled with this issue for a looong time. I tested it completely by opening the pix up completely (i.e. no rules at all) but didn't work. Eventually opened a TAC case, but to no avail. Here is what Cisco said:
Hope this prevents you from going through the same pain as I did! Another bug that is semi-related is CSCdy19067, although they are talking about a Cisco SIP Proxy Server. Perhaps this is closer: CSCea44951.
I'm not sure if you've looked at the new msn (not windows) messenger yet, but I've been able to have voice and video conversations through my firewall with it. The just released windows messenger still doesn't work....I would have thought they'd have the same voice/video coding so I was expecting it to work as well.
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We have configured the outside and inside Interface with official ipv6 adresses, set a default route on outside Interface to our router, we also have definied a rule , which also gets hits, to permit tcp from inside Interface to any6.
In Syslog I also se...