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Re: [Partysip-dev] PartySIP and NAT (of course)

From: CJ Kucera
Subject: Re: [Partysip-dev] PartySIP and NAT (of course)
Date: Tue, 28 Jun 2005 08:39:44 -0500
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Aymeric Moizard wrote:
> I suggest you to use ser or sipproxd which have capability
> to resolv NAT issue probably much better than partysip.

Oh, okay.  I had read some things online which seemed to indicate
that partysip was the best choice for something like this.  I'll
go give one of those a try though.  Thanks!

> First use of partysip with is discouraged: I have
> made it work experimentally, but never used it in real life.

Yeah, this really isn't a "production" environment so I didn't
care too much about running some experimental things for a bit.

> Second, It seems you are running it on a host that does not
> have a public IP itself? uPNP & partysip must run on the
> host that have ONE public IP and ONE internal IP? Is it the
> case?

Ah...  The config options I saw made it seem like it wouldn't
actually need to be on the firewall host itself.  Perhaps that
was the problem.

Regardless, I'll give ser or sipproxd a try.  Thanks for the


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