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"no fixup SIP 5060

I was told to enter this command on my PIXs if I was running MS live communications Server. My question is if this will affect my VOIP users in other offices connected via box-to-box VPN? If so what could/will happen?

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Re: "no fixup SIP 5060

Are you using SIP trunks, phones, etc. in your voice environment? If so, removing this command could affect how this traffic passes through the PIX. The fixup command does things such as defining ports for a given protocol, opening secondary ports for the protocol as needed, and application inspection for the protocol. If you're not using SIP, there should be no problem. Just keep in mind that as SIP becomes more and more pervasive, you may have to reenable this command at some point.

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Brandon

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Re: "no fixup SIP 5060

I also faced the similar problem. In my case all SIP servers were out side the PIX on internet and all internal clients using private IPs were not able to make voice calls.

When the "fixup protocol sip" is enabled then pix start inspecting all the sip packets and private IP address within the SIP registeration headers were also changed to a NAT public IP. When "no fixup protocol SIP" was configured problem was solved and all internal clients were able to make calls.

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