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Firewall Requirements

Introduction


At the end of this article, you will be able to create rules in your firewall to allow network traffic through the required ports. Should you need any assistance, feel free to contact our support department.

 

SIP Registration


If you have strict firewall policies in place you will need to ensure the appropriate address and ports are added to be allowed as part of your firewall rules. Firstly, log in to your
 customer portal, select the PBX tab and click on SIP devices at the bottom left-hand corner of the page. All your SIP devices will be displayed and you will be able to identify the SIP server and port which your endpoints are configured, as shown in the image below.

 

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Depending on the firewall, it might be a stateful or stateless application. If the stateless application, allow both inbound and outbound traffic for the IP address and port on your firewall. To discover the IP address for the SIP server, you can simply run a ping command from the command prompt on your PC, as shown in the image below or use the following table.



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SIP Server IP Address Port Protocol
sipm1.au.voipcloud.online 103.242.182.110 7060 UDP/TCP
sipm2.au.voipcloud.online 103.242.182.111 7060 UDP/TCP
sipm3.au.voipcloud.online 103.242.182.115 7060 UDP/TCP
sipm4.au.voipcloud.online 103.242.182.29 7060 UDP/TCP
sipm5.au.voipcloud.online 103.242.182.95 7060 UDP/TCP
sipm6.au.voipcloud.online 103.242.182.96 7060 UDP/TCP
sipm7.au.voipcloud.online 103.242.182.97 7060 UDP/TCP
sipm8.au.voipcloud.online 103.242.182.98 7060 UDP/TCP
sipm1.nz.voipcloud.online 103.242.182.25 7060 UDP/TCP
sipm1.uk.voipcloud.online 103.93.80.1 7060 UDP/TCP

 

Please note if you are using SIP peering, the technical team will have advised you of the IP address and port to use at the time of the peering trunk when configured on our end.

 

RTP servers and port range

 

The RTP protocol is used to carry real-time traffic, such as audio and video during a call. For this reason, you will also need to allow both inbound and outbound traffic for the following IP addresses and the specified port ranges. If both inbound and outbound rules are not in place, one-way audio issues could occur.

 

SIP Server IP Address Port Protocol
sipm1.au.voipcloud.online 103.242.182.110 10000-60000 UDP
sipm2.au.voipcloud.online 103.242.182.111 10000-60000 UDP
sipm3.au.voipcloud.online 103.242.182.115 10000-60000 UDP
sipm4.au.voipcloud.online 103.242.182.29 10000-60000 UDP
sipm5.au.voipcloud.online 103.242.182.95 10000-60000 UDP
sipm6.au.voipcloud.online 103.242.182.96 10000-60000 UDP
sipm7.au.voipcloud.online 103.242.182.97 10000-60000 UDP
sipm8.au.voipcloud.online 103.242.182.98 10000-60000 UDP
sipm1.nz.voipcloud.online 103.242.182.25 10000-60000 UDP
sipm1.uk.voipcloud.online 103.93.80.1 10000-60000 UDP

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