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martin 12-03-2007 02:10 AM

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Originally Posted by richard99 (Post 8561)
Hi Martin,

We request you to consider to open port 80, at least let open for trial basis to see users reponse. I have my friends in black out area.... where all ports are closed except 80 and they are helpless.

Thanks

Just today we have now opened port 80.

The SIP proxy ports now supported on the Voxalot side are:

80, 2060, 3060, 4060 and 5060 and 443 (as per Craig's post below)

gambrinus 12-03-2007 08:33 AM

Will check when traveling the next time, but sure will be a great help in Hotels and public Wi-Fis. Thanks for listening to the users. richard99 will do a jig... :-D
- gambrinus

martin 12-03-2007 10:23 AM

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Originally Posted by gambrinus (Post 14534)
richard99 will do a jig... :-D
- gambrinus

Ha ha ha - I thought the same thing too :)

richard99 12-04-2007 03:28 AM

Thanks Martin, it is working tested in place where I was never able to use voxalot. ...still pending port ...:)

martin 12-04-2007 03:35 AM

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Originally Posted by richard99 (Post 14567)
Thanks Martin, to fulfill what was being promised...still pending port 443...:)

No problem. I'm curious why you would need 443 when you have port 80?

richard99 12-04-2007 03:39 AM

It is fine. As far as port 80 is serving its purpose. You are right there is no need for port 443.

JeFFJuH 12-08-2007 11:22 AM

I was just wondering, but isn't SIP based on UDP?

Serving SIP on port 80 would mean that it would be served on UDP port 80, and HTTP traffic is served on TCP port 80.

I don't think this will make much difference for ISP's only allowing port 80, as they will usually only allow traffic on the TCP port 80.

Kris404 12-09-2007 01:15 AM

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Originally Posted by JeFFJuH (Post 14683)
I was just wondering, but isn't SIP based on UDP?

Serving SIP on port 80 would mean that it would be served on UDP port 80, and HTTP traffic is served on TCP port 80.

I don't think this will make much difference for ISP's only allowing port 80, as they will usually only allow traffic on the TCP port 80.

True but chances are, most ISPs are unlikely to touch port 80 at all just to block SIP.

martin 12-09-2007 02:15 AM

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Originally Posted by Kris404 (Post 14694)
True but chances are, most ISPs are unlikely to touch port 80 at all just to block SIP.

Also SIP traffic can be either UDP or TCP. If your client chooses to use TCP as the transport, then the traffic will be SIP over TCP using port 80.

craig 02-20-2008 10:22 PM

I am pleased to announce that I have just enabled forwarding of port 443 on all of our proxy servers. Please give it a try and let me know if you have any problems.

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Craig


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