As the title suggests, I have a client that moved this past weekend. Phones are Polycom handsets on Fonality's hosted product. The same phones that worked at two homes and the previos office but will no longger ring in or dial calls. The difference is that the old office is now running on UBNT gear.
Gear in Use:
-Static Legal/Routable IPs
-AT&T 150Mb Ethernet
-40% ports Utilized
Polycom Handsets x8
SIP ALG/CONNTRACK is off under Firewall Settings and I've tried several things from posts here. Does anyone have a similar setup working and if so how?
For router settings
UDP 5060 - SIP signalling
UDP 10000-20000 - SIP audio. The entire range of
10000 ports is required.
UDP 4569 - IAX2 signalling and audio
also for Fonality IP ranges
Fonality Control Panels:
Fonality Premise server VPN tunnels:
Fonality ps-record#.fonality.com and datacenter IPs:
Fonality Culver City office:
Phones to reach ftp.fonality.com:
This may be totally off base here, but in my experience with Polycom phones with hosted OnJive, I had to adjust all my UDP timeouts to be greater than 90 seconds. This was not on a USG based router, but looking at my USG at another site, UDP other is defaulted to 30 seconds. One would think that SIP registration would fall under the UDP Stream vs UDP other, but one never knows.
These settings can be found in: Routing & Firewall - Settings.
Thursday - last edited Thursday
I appreciate the reply and suggestion! It does seem like some form of partial communication or timeout.
I this basic idea in another post about jive and I have both the "SIP Other" and "SIP Stream" timeout set to 300 with no change. It's the oddest thing. This phones do update time/date. They get dial tone and side tone if a call is attempted but they never register at the fonality cp and inbound calls never seem to reach the phones. However if I take the phone to the old office or any of two homes that have been tried, it works just fine. UBNT support has "escalated" this a day ago but I've heard nothing back.
This is already going to be something I never hear the end of as the one of the Docs here brought a phone home and it worked so now every upgrade suggestion will come with some reference to how well the POS linksys at home that his son setup works.