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Topic # 150507 24-Jul-2014 22:50
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Hi there, can anyone assist me with the issue I have of not being able to connect to 2talk using a handytone 486 ATA though a Telecom Huawei HG630B modem.
2talk are saying the telecom modem router is possibly the issue in that it is probably blocking the SIP traffic and they can sell me a new ATA with TLS and  pre configured for $120.
Is there a way to get through this with out spending the $120
What brands of ATA have TLS
I am connected via BigPipe.
Help appreciated 

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Rick

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  Reply # 1095307 24-Jul-2014 23:48
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Probably not the Huawei at fault but rather BigPipe's CG-NAT causing issues.

In the Huawei check for a SIP ALG but other than that I would guess it is the CG-NAT causing problems. 

A Cisco SPA112 is probably what 2Talk will send you pre-configured. Seeing as you have to ask what device supports TLS, I would suggest spending the $120 and getting it off 2Talk. Atleast they will give support then. Plus a SPA112 will probably cost your around $90 anyway, unless you have a wholesale account somewhere so for another few dollars might as well.

That Grandstream ATA is best used as a door stop. Biggest hunks of junk EVER.

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  Reply # 1095341 25-Jul-2014 06:17
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Bigpipe use CG-NAT. That will automatically break VOIP.



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