Port firewall

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  1. liberars

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    Hi,
    Which port must be opened on the firewall to connect a client remote?

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    Gianfranco
     
  2. Mirzab

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    Lots of good info here http://www.3cx.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=1697&highlight=ports+sticky and specific ports
    These will allow all normal functions including external extensions.

    If your question instead is how to access the 3CX Admin page externally, the port is 5481.
     
  3. liberars

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    Can you specifi which port are in listen on pbx?

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    Gianfranco
     
  4. Mirzab

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    I am not very sure exactly what type of info you are seeking since the quote I supplied did define TCP/UDP for any going through the WAN router
    On the local machine, if firewall equipped, I would just open those for all options. Shouldn't be a security risk if confined to the LAN only.
     
  5. liberars

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    When the client is connect, I see opened also the 5483

    Opss
    page web open


    Now try

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    Gianfranco
     
  6. liberars

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    Hi,
    All work many well,
    many thanks

    This PBX is excellent.
    Compliments to the developers.


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    Gianfranco
     
  7. liberars

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    Prevent to call

    Hi,
    can prevent to an client to call.

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    Gianfranco
     
  8. Mirzab

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    I am happy you got it going. Yes, 3CX is a really good product, and they are doing really good improvements regularly. I have used Asterisk in different flavors, and Axon in the past, and 3CX has them all beaten without a doubt. When considered from a non-Linux (Windows mainly) user perspective.
     

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