Broadvoice and cisco ASA

moose517

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I'm not having any luck on googling my problem. I'm in the process of configuring my ASA for broadvoice VoIP access. Broadvoice says that ports 69-69 UDP, 5060-5063 UDP, and 10,000-20,000 UDP have to be open for it. Now port 69 is easy as its just one port, but i realllly don't want to have to make a static NAT translation for 10k ports. Is there an easier way to g about this? I'm running the newest IOS for the ASA5505 if that helps.
 

jjeff1

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Yes, that was just an example for how to select a range of ports.

You'd want to specify the proper IP address, eg
access-list INBOUND permit udp any host my.device.ip.address range 10000 20000
 

calvinj

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How did you get the honors of having to do your own port forwarding for broadvoice. Why didn't the company provide you a router or some sorts to connect up. Don't you need some sort of QOS?
 

Langly

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Just ask them for a list of ip ranges you need to unblock for communication to them. We did that for multiple vendors like them. Five9 was the worst though. They would change ips and not tell customers.
 
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