SBC Tunnel ports.

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  1. mitchell

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    First time using a hosted PBX. It will have 3 different locations. I've got three raspberry pi's setup as SBCs. Do I need to setup any forwarded ports? They seem to work fine but I don't want to have intermittent problems down the road.
     
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    For the 3CX SBC you require ports 5090 (For the 3CX Tunnel) and 5001 for provisioning.

    If you run the firewall checker from 3CX you will be able to see if the ports have been forwarded correctly.
     
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    My firewall checker says everything is ok. I'm referring to the network with the SBCs on them. Does the SBC require that port 5090 be forwarded to it? I don't think it does but just making sure.
     
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    I've never know the remote network to be an issue with SBC'S as most firewalls will allow outbound traffic by default, so no I wouldn't worry too much.
     
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    You just need to make sure outgoing ports 5090 and 5001 are not blocked outgoing on the SBC end firewall

    No port forwarding is required
     
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