ATP let VoIP Pass truth?

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Username_is_reserved
Username_is_reserved Posts: 106  Ally Member
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Hi
Maybe someone have a good idea why the VoIP from my ISP get blocked?!
Security Policy Control Match default rule, DROP [count=5] XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX:5060 YYY.YYY.YYY.YYY:40259 ACCESS BLOCK

x= IP from my ISP for VoIP (how it seem like)
y= My Fix Wan IP via a PPoE "Dialup" to my ISP
5060 is the "default" Port for VoIP.

So what is be curiose that "Y" show my fix Wan IP.
Thanks

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  • mMontana
    mMontana Posts: 1,337  Guru Member
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    Maybe someone have a good idea why the VoIP from my ISP get blocked?!
    No one wrote a security policy to allow it.
  • jasailafan
    jasailafan Posts: 193  Master Member
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    Is SIP ALG enabled on ATP?
  • Username_is_reserved
    Username_is_reserved Posts: 106  Ally Member
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    mMontana said:
    Maybe someone have a good idea why the VoIP from my ISP get blocked?!
    No one wrote a security policy to allow it.

    Thanks for replay everyone. I try but what is the "magic phrase" to add?
    I set Wan -> Lan1, Port 5060 (out of my brain) that should do the job?!
  • mMontana
    mMontana Posts: 1,337  Guru Member
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    It's not "magic", it's simply a correct written rule. NAT and security policy/firewall.
    Consider everything as device perspective, not whole.

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