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Setting Firewall Parameters

Setting Firewall Parameters

Correct firewall settings ensure the security of the video conferences placed on hold using your endpoint.

Background

With Network Address Translation (NAT) technology, a device on a local area network (LAN) is allocated a dedicated internal IP address and uses an external IP address to communicate with external devices. If your LAN uses NAT technology, set the IP address of the NAT wide area network (WAN) on your endpoint.

Procedure

  1. Choose System Settings > Network and click the Firewall tab.
  2. Set the firewall parameters listed in Table 1-26.

    Table 1-26  Firewall parameters

    Parameter

    Description

    Setting

    H.460

    This specifies whether to use H.460 for traversal between public and private networks.

    If you set this parameter to Enable and your endpoint is recognized as a private network endpoint, H.460 will be used for traversal between public and private networks.

    The default value is Enable.

    Use NAT

    Specifies whether NAT is enabled for traversal between public and private networks. An endpoint installed on a private network is considered as a public network endpoint after NAT is enabled on the endpoint. Even if you then enable H.460 on the endpoint, it is still considered as a public network endpoint, and H.460 is not used.

    The default value is Disable.

    NAT address

    Specifies the public IP address for your endpoint. This parameter is required after you set Use NAT to Enable.

    No default value is set for this parameter.

    RTP across public and private networks

    After this service is enabled, the endpoint will send network messages containing local address information to implement RTP code stream exchange under some circumstances.

    The default value is Enable.

    Keep-alive interval

    Specifies the interval at which your endpoint sends its address to remote sites.

    This parameter is available only when RTP across public and private networks is set to Enable.

    The default value is 5s.

    Local random SIP port

    After this service is enabled, upon a failure to register with the SIP server, the endpoint automatically clears data of the failed registration and uses another port that is randomly selected to try a new registration.

    The default value is Disable.

    H.323 call port

    Specifies the port a remote site uses to receive and send call signaling during communication with your site.

    The default value is 1720.

    Value range: 1025-65534 (excluding 4999, 5000, 5001, and 13333)

    H.245 port

    Specifies the H.245 listening port during H.323 calls.

    The default value is 1320.

    Value range: 1025-65534

    RAS source port

    Specifies the port your site uses to receive and send Registration, Admission and Status (RAS) signaling during communication with remote sites.

    The default value is 1719.

    Value range: 1025-65534 (excluding 4999, 5000, 5001, and 13333)

    RAS destination port

    Specifies the port a remote site uses to receive and send RAS signaling during communication with your site.

    The default value is 1719.

    Value range: 1025-65534 (excluding 4999, 5000, 5001, and 13333)

    SIP call port

    Specifies the port your site uses to send Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) signaling during communication with remote sites.

    The default value is 5060.

    Value range: 1025-65534 (excluding 4999, 5000, 5001, and 13333)

    Local listen port

    Specifies the local SIP listening port.

    The default value is 5060.

    Value range: 1025-65534 (excluding 4999, 5000, 5001, and 13333)

    Server listen port

    Specifies the listening port on the SIP server with which your endpoint registers.

    The default value is 5060.

    Value range: 1-65534

    SIP TLS call port

    Specifies the port your site uses to send SIP signaling during communication with remote sites when Transmission type is set to TLS.

    The default value is 5061.

    Value range: 1025-65534 (excluding 4999, 5000, 5001, and 13333)

    NOTE:

    For details about how to set Transmission type, see Setting Cloud Service Parameters.

    Local SIP TLS listen port

    Specifies the local SIP listening port when Transmission type is set to TLS.

    SIP server TLS listen port

    Specifies the listening port on the SIP server with which your endpoint registers when Transmission type is set to TLS.

    The default value is 5061.

    Value range: 1025-65534

    NOTE:

    For details about how to set Transmission type, see Setting Cloud Service Parameters.

    Projection server port

    Specifies the port through which your endpoint communicates with the projection code server.

    The default value is 8544.

    Value range: 1-65534

    Audio port

    Specifies the port your site uses to receive audio packets during communication with remote sites.

    The default value is 10002.

    The value must be an even integer from 10000 to 65534.

    Video port

    Specifies the port your site uses to receive video packets during communication with remote sites.

    The default value is 10004.

    The value must be an even integer from 10000 to 65534.

  3. Click Save.

    The settings take effect immediately.

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