Derrick Edwards wrote:
On Saturday 02 December 2006 09:22, Joe Holden wrote:
Kurt Dethier wrote:
STUN will only work if you have the correct NAT implementation on
your gateway. If you are using pf, you get what the STUN RFC calls
a symmetric NAT. STUN will not help you in such an implementation.
I'm not sure how the other NAT solutions on FreeBSD are implemented.
If you need a solution for a symmetric NAT, you need something that
understands the signaling protocol and can add fw/nat rules on demand
on your gateway, or a media proxy (like TURN).
I am not sure of your setup either, but I have Vongae working behind a FreeBSD
Firewall/Router using PF with NAT.
It is entirely possible to use voip behnd symmetric nat, but it also
entirely depends on the setup, some more details will help.
It is very possible to use VOIP behind a symmetric NAT, but STUN is not
going to be any help. Depending on the setup and clients I have
implemented a number of solutions over the past years.
Unfortunately I haven't found a single solutions that always works.
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