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thoughts on c20 setup behind firewall

Hi
I have a setup where there are 2 c20 setup on a internal company network. Origginally they used the system for meetings internaly but now they want the unit in there main office to have connection to the outside world as well.
Easy enough get a public IP and NAT the internal IP to the external IP, set the NAT settings in the codec acordingly and things are good. Well no... When the unit has the nat settings it will not route to the other unit on the internal network, so the one that has no NAT will not get any media back, blocked in the firewall.
What would be the easyest way to set the unit up so it would both call the internaly and externaly? The second unit will probably never have internet access.

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thoughts on c20 setup behind firewall

I assume that you have set

xConfiguration H323 NAT Address:

try if it works with

xConfiguration H323 NAT Mode: Auto

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Re: thoughts on c20 setup behind firewall

That makes sense, I will give it a try and update here. Thanks

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