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RTP: Specifying a Static Port

Dears,

As you know, RTP uses port range 16384 to 32767 dynamically. Can we define any specific static port manually so that rtp always use that udp port for voice call. I am using 3800 series router for voip setup. I tried to find any configuration but couldn't.

Waiting for immediate positive response…….

Best Regards

Rameez

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Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: RTP: Specifying a Static Port

As far as I know, it is not possible to change that.

What problem are you trying to solve ?

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Re: RTP: Specifying a Static Port

My service provider says that he cann't assign priority to this long range rtp ports on its bandwidth manager. Are you sure, it is not possible? As i also could not found doc that mention commands regarding this.

Regards

Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: RTP: Specifying a Static Port

That is very strange because "bandwidth managers" should be very aware of RTP packets. Some can even recognize them without specify ports etc.

What you can do, is to have packets with DSCP EF given priority. That is the default for media packets with most equipment including cisco.

New Member

Re: RTP: Specifying a Static Port

Actually Bandwidth Manager is a non-cisco device that manage bandwidth as well as prioritize traffic from specific ip or port over other traffic.

Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: RTP: Specifying a Static Port

Sure, all the ones I've seen allowed port ranges as well dscp settings. Is your isp familiar enough with the operation of the device ?

New Member

Re: RTP: Specifying a Static Port

I think they are not much familiar with differentiated services because they just provide point to point links and have not big setup. Anyhow thanks and reconfirm whether commands for defining static ports are available or not.. Thanks for Responding...

Regards

Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: RTP: Specifying a Static Port

Not available as mentioned above. Please have your ISP familiarize with DSCP based QoS that is the worldwide standard.

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Re: RTP: Specifying a Static Port

NBAR can properly classify RTP and RTCP, so you could use NBAR on the outbound GigEthernet interface to remark the packets to a specific ToS/DSCP value that would match your service provider's contracted CoS value(s).

You do have multiple classes of service in your contract with your service provider?

You mentioned in an earlier post that this is a satellite link. Not for voice (UDP) traffic, but have you tried Cisco RBSP Satellite optimizations for TCP over the Satellite link?

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Re: RTP: Specifying a Static Port

HI

U can not specify the rt static port as these will be negotiated at the time of call initiate

so their are 2 option for u is either user nbar or define policy map using the static ip address( eg loop back interface)

regards

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