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Topic # 56886 27-Jan-2010 16:13
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I cant use the default port 5060 for italk as I am using another sip device as well.

I heard that we can use port 50600 as well.


Is that true?

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  Reply # 293527 27-Jan-2010 16:57
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phone their help desk and ask them, they should be able to help you out.... I'm picking 50600 is not a good port to use for them imho Wink




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  Reply # 293554 27-Jan-2010 17:44
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Shouldnt matter - I have heaps of things here with port 5060 registering with them, the nat changes the soruce port when the data goes out to them.

Only time it matters is when you want to have unsolicited incoming sip, which means tele-spam when I had it open for a while. The registration with italk takes care of getting stuff back to you on whatever port it goes out on.




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  Reply # 293566 27-Jan-2010 18:00
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Try 5061




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