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Settings in the UTM firewall for VoIP devices if the VoIP server is behind the UTM

Port filter rule for VoIP

If there is a UTM between VoIP end devices and a VoIP server, it is necessary to create an additional port filter rule that enables VoIP with NAT.
The connection is established via SIP, the device logs on to the VoIP server with its local IP. The voice packets themselves are then sent via rtp on other ports. In order to make the VoIP client and the rtp ports in the local network available from outside - in this case accessible for the VoIP server - it is necessary to create a port filter rule for this:

→ Firewall →PortfilterTab Portfilter Button Add Rule


╭╴ Action ╶╮ Stateless  
╭╴ Source ╶╮ voip-devices An appropriate group should be defined. For example: Phones and workstations or VoIP-devices
Internal Network allows all network devices VoIP !
For reasons of network security, devices that do not require VoIP (e.g. printers or IoT devices) should not be allowed VoIP either.
╭╴ Destination ╶╮ Internet
╭╴ Service ╶╮ voip VoIP service group: Enables the following ports:
  • SIP: UDP Port 5060
  • rtp: UDP Port 7070-7089
╭╴ NAT ╶╮ ╭╴ Type ╶╮ HIDENAT
╭╴ Networkobject ╶╮ external-interface


Additionally, it may be necessary to execute the following commands in the CLI:

debug kmod load module nf_nat_sip
debug kmod load module nf_nat_h323
debug kmod load module nf_conntrack_sip
debug kmod load module nf_conntrack_h323 

Then as root-user via ssh execute the command

conntrack -F 

run several times