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  • SIP Parameters
    • Max Forward
    • Max Redirection
    • Max Auth
    • SIP User Agent Name
    • SIP Server Name
    • SIP Accept Language
    • DTMF Relay MIME Type
    • Hook Flash MIME Type
    • Remove Last Reg
    • Use Compact Header

  • SIP Timer Values (sec)
    • SIP T1
    • SIP T2
    • SIP T4
    • SIP Timer B
    • SIP Timer F
    • SIP Timer H
    • SIP Timer D
    • SIP Timer J
    • INVITE Expires
    • ReINVITE Expires
    • Reg Min Expires - Minimum normal registration interval, below which the provider can't register more often. DracoFelis@dslreports
    • Reg Max Expires - Maximum normal registration interval which you will always reregister by (even if the provider wants to register less often). DracoFelis@dslreports
    • Reg Retry Intvl - Controls how long you wait to try registering again, if a registration attempt "fails". DracoFelis@dslreports
    • Reg Retry Long Intvl

  • Response Status Code Handling
    • SIT1 RSC
    • SIT2 RSC
    • SIT3 RSC
    • SIT4 RSC
    • Try Backup RSC
    • Retry Reg RSC

  • RTP Parameters
    • RTP Port Min : Lowest UDP port value the SPA will use as a listening port number for RTP connections.
    • RTP Port Max : Largest UDP port value the SPA will use as a listening port number for RTP connections.
    • RTP Packet Size : Size of the audio frame in seconds.
    • Max RTP ICMP Err
    • RTCP Tx Interval
    • No UDP Checksum
    • Stats In BYE

  • SDP Payload Types
    • NSE Dynamic Payload
    • AVT Dynamic Payload
    • INFOREQ Dynamic Payload
    • G726r16 Dynamic Payload
    • G726r24 Dynamic Payload
    • G726r40 Dynamic Payload
    • G729b Dynamic Payload
    • NSE Codec Name
    • AVT Codec Name
    • G711u Codec Name
    • G711a Codec Name
    • G726r16 Codec Name
    • G726r24 Codec Name
    • G726r32 Codec Name
    • G726r40 Codec Name
    • G729a Codec Name
    • G729b Codec Name
    • G723 Codec Name

  • NAT Support Parameters
    • Handle VIA received : Indicates whether the SPA should react when it encounters a "Via: ...;received=someIPaddr". If set to "yes", then the SPA will use the IP address specified in the "received=" as the public IP address of the SPA.
    • Handle VIA rport : Indicates whether the SPA should react when it encounters a "Via: ...;rport=someUDPport". If set to "yes", then the SPA will use the UDP port specified in the "rport=" as the public UDP port of the SPA.
    • Insert VIA received : Indicates whether the SPA should add the SIP header, "Via: ...;received=someIPaddr". If set to "yes", then SIP replies from the SPA will add a "Via:" header that reflects the public IP address the SPA saw originating the SIP request.
    • Insert VIA rport : Indicates whether the SPA should add the SIP header, "Via: ...;rport=someUDPport". If set to "yes", then SIP replies from SPA will add a "Via:" header that reflects the public UDP port the SPA saw originating the SIP request.
    • Substitute VIA Addr : Indicates whether the public IP address and port discovered by STUN should be used instead of the SPA's current IP address and port (which may be a private address).
    • Send Resp To Src Port : Indicates whether to ignore the "Contact:" header and instead send the reply directly back to the IP address and port originating the SIP message.
    • STUN Enable : Indictates whether to use Simple Traversal of UDP through NAT STUN.
    • STUN Test Enable : Indictates whether the SPA should perform STUN tests to determine the type of NAT the SPA is behind. The results of the test will show up in the SIP headers of a REGISTER. You will see: Warning: 399 spa "Some Response". The different Responses can be: "Unknown NAT Type", "STUN Server Not Reachable", "STUN Server Not Responding", "Open Internet Detected", "Symmetric Firewall Detected", "Full Cone NAT Detected", "Restricted Cone NAT Detected", or "Symmetric NAT Detected". Additionally, the results of the test influence the behavior of other NAT-related services on the SPA (i.e. Nat Mapping might be automatically disabled).
    • STUN Server : The STUN server to use. This could be a domain which will be used for a DNS SRV up for a _stun._udp service, a hostname:port, or IPaddr:port.
    • EXT IP : The public IP address to use for replacement of private addresses in the "Via:", "Contact:", and "c=" line in the SDP.
    • EXT RTP Port Min : The minimal RTP audio port to use for replacement of a private UDP port specified in the "m=" line in the SDP.
    • NAT Keep Alive Intvl : Maximum duration (in seconds) between two packets used to keep open the pinhole created in the NAT/firewall.


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  • SIP Parameters
    • Max Forward
    • Max Redirection
    • Max Auth
    • SIP User Agent Name
    • SIP Server Name
    • SIP Accept Language
    • DTMF Relay MIME Type
    • Hook Flash MIME Type
    • Remove Last Reg
    • Use Compact Header

  • SIP Timer Values (sec)
    • SIP T1
    • SIP T2
    • SIP T4
    • SIP Timer B
    • SIP Timer F
    • SIP Timer H
    • SIP Timer D
    • SIP Timer J
    • INVITE Expires
    • ReINVITE Expires
    • Reg Min Expires - Minimum normal registration interval, below which the provider can't register more often. DracoFelis@dslreports
    • Reg Max Expires - Maximum normal registration interval which you will always reregister by (even if the provider wants to register less often). DracoFelis@dslreports
    • Reg Retry Intvl - Controls how long you wait to try registering again, if a registration attempt "fails". DracoFelis@dslreports
    • Reg Retry Long Intvl

  • Response Status Code Handling
    • SIT1 RSC
    • SIT2 RSC
    • SIT3 RSC
    • SIT4 RSC
    • Try Backup RSC
    • Retry Reg RSC

  • RTP Parameters
    • RTP Port Min : Lowest UDP port value the SPA will use as a listening port number for RTP connections.
    • RTP Port Max : Largest UDP port value the SPA will use as a listening port number for RTP connections.
    • RTP Packet Size : Size of the audio frame in seconds.
    • Max RTP ICMP Err
    • RTCP Tx Interval
    • No UDP Checksum
    • Stats In BYE

  • SDP Payload Types
    • NSE Dynamic Payload
    • AVT Dynamic Payload
    • INFOREQ Dynamic Payload
    • G726r16 Dynamic Payload
    • G726r24 Dynamic Payload
    • G726r40 Dynamic Payload
    • G729b Dynamic Payload
    • NSE Codec Name
    • AVT Codec Name
    • G711u Codec Name
    • G711a Codec Name
    • G726r16 Codec Name
    • G726r24 Codec Name
    • G726r32 Codec Name
    • G726r40 Codec Name
    • G729a Codec Name
    • G729b Codec Name
    • G723 Codec Name

  • NAT Support Parameters
    • Handle VIA received : Indicates whether the SPA should react when it encounters a "Via: ...;received=someIPaddr". If set to "yes", then the SPA will use the IP address specified in the "received=" as the public IP address of the SPA.
    • Handle VIA rport : Indicates whether the SPA should react when it encounters a "Via: ...;rport=someUDPport". If set to "yes", then the SPA will use the UDP port specified in the "rport=" as the public UDP port of the SPA.
    • Insert VIA received : Indicates whether the SPA should add the SIP header, "Via: ...;received=someIPaddr". If set to "yes", then SIP replies from the SPA will add a "Via:" header that reflects the public IP address the SPA saw originating the SIP request.
    • Insert VIA rport : Indicates whether the SPA should add the SIP header, "Via: ...;rport=someUDPport". If set to "yes", then SIP replies from SPA will add a "Via:" header that reflects the public UDP port the SPA saw originating the SIP request.
    • Substitute VIA Addr : Indicates whether the public IP address and port discovered by STUN should be used instead of the SPA's current IP address and port (which may be a private address).
    • Send Resp To Src Port : Indicates whether to ignore the "Contact:" header and instead send the reply directly back to the IP address and port originating the SIP message.
    • STUN Enable : Indictates whether to use Simple Traversal of UDP through NAT STUN.
    • STUN Test Enable : Indictates whether the SPA should perform STUN tests to determine the type of NAT the SPA is behind. The results of the test will show up in the SIP headers of a REGISTER. You will see: Warning: 399 spa "Some Response". The different Responses can be: "Unknown NAT Type", "STUN Server Not Reachable", "STUN Server Not Responding", "Open Internet Detected", "Symmetric Firewall Detected", "Full Cone NAT Detected", "Restricted Cone NAT Detected", or "Symmetric NAT Detected". Additionally, the results of the test influence the behavior of other NAT-related services on the SPA (i.e. Nat Mapping might be automatically disabled).
    • STUN Server : The STUN server to use. This could be a domain which will be used for a DNS SRV up for a _stun._udp service, a hostname:port, or IPaddr:port.
    • EXT IP : The public IP address to use for replacement of private addresses in the "Via:", "Contact:", and "c=" line in the SDP.
    • EXT RTP Port Min : The minimal RTP audio port to use for replacement of a private UDP port specified in the "m=" line in the SDP.
    • NAT Keep Alive Intvl : Maximum duration (in seconds) between two packets used to keep open the pinhole created in the NAT/firewall.


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