Remote Extension (iPhone) Over WAN

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  1. oliver_g

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    Hooowdy folks.... Question.

    has anyone managed to register an iPhone as a remote extension over the WAN ('Net) to 3CX on SUBNET?

    Also,

    Is it beneficial to place a second NIC in a 3cx box and use a PUBLIC IP for outside phone registrations, or will NAT suffice?

    please enlighten.
     
  2. captain415

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    Many have. As long as you have all the necessary ports forward to your 3CX on the firewall (5060udp, 9000-9099udp), it'll work just fine. It's not recommended nor necessary to have a secound nic in your 3CX box and use a public IP.
     
  3. sean.suntelnetworks

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    Like captain said, never place your 3CX on the public internet. It's a windows server... nuff said.

    Anyways, also, if you have ever changed your FDQN, this will cause issues with your config file sent out via welcome email.
    If you have a internal FQDN of .local, the IOS device will never ever be able to connect.
     
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