port 5060, was Re: [OT] router ports & DMZ

Karl Auer kauer at biplane.com.au
Tue Feb 17 11:09:31 UTC 2015


On Tue, 2015-02-17 at 10:35 +0000, thufir wrote:
> I'm only interested, at this stage, in SIP to SIP within the network.  
> Outside connective isn't a concern right now.  

We need a map. Please tell us how this is wired up.
 
And WHY. We really need to know WHY.

> The router always gives tleilax the same ip address; not sure that this 
> really a "static" ip address -- but it's always the same, at least.  
> Tleilax uses DHCP to acquire an IP adddress.

That's how DHCP is supposed to work.

> All I want to do, or the hurdle, is for doge to connect to tleilax with a 
> softphone.  However, since the router blocks ports, that's not 
> possible...right?

Need to know WHY YOU HAVE TWO ROUTERS. No answers here will make any
sense at al until you tell us.

> so long as the router shows that port as closed, the connection will 
> always be refused.  Right?

We have no idea, because you won't tell us how these things are
connected, or why you want two routers.

Regards, K.


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