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FAQ-What Requirements does the Media Stream Bypass have on the Network that Two Communicating Terminals Locate

Publication Date:  2012-08-09 Views:  37 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
      Q: For the typical topology of public network+Eudemon2000+private network+SX3000, if it requires the media stream bypass to be valid, what requirements does it have on the network that two communicating terminals locate? 
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Handling Process
A: For the topology above, the media stream bypass is suitable for the following two cases: 
1. Two communicating terminals are on public network; 
2. Both communicating terminals locate in the same intranet, and communicate with Eudemon2000 through the same NAT egress equipment. 
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