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Hello all,

 

I am using a GS500,configured with NAT and the appropriate port forwarding to my firewall,using the default Polycom ports for RTP(3230-3261).

Now, i would like to place a second unit to another meeting room under the same network,with the same public IP.So i have to use other RTP ports,but what about 1720 and 5060 ports?

 

I can't change the setting from codec's web interface,so how can implement this scenario?

 

Regards,

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Hi @sotiris,

 

you can´t use two GS500 behind one public IP without a gatekeeper like Polycom VBP. How should your Firewall/Router differentiate the calls and forward it to the right GS500?

Same as here: https://community.polycom.com/t5/General-Networking/Multiple-devices-behind-firewall-with-one-public...

 

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Hi @sotiris,

 

you can´t use two GS500 behind one public IP without a gatekeeper like Polycom VBP. How should your Firewall/Router differentiate the calls and forward it to the right GS500?

Same as here: https://community.polycom.com/t5/General-Networking/Multiple-devices-behind-firewall-with-one-public...

 

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