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brendan.helsham wrote:The one hitch in this that I have discovered is that the ISP in PNG (there's not a lot of choice by the way) is actually supplying them a 172.x.x.x "public IP" address that is being translated a second time to a real public IP address (126.96.36.199) that is reported if you open http://www.whatismyip.com
I've found, in the past, that, as a last resort, either a VPN connection or the tunnel option will usually work
Is a router then used as well with the 172.x.x.x IP? What does the 3CX log tell you (IP & post), when the set registers?
brendan.helsham wrote:3:31:17.557|.\Extension.cpp(358)|Log2||ExtnCfg::updateContact:[CM504001]: Ext.274: new contact is registered. Contact(s): [sip:firstname.lastname@example.org:5062/274]<br>
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