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Service NAT Interfaces Configuration

  • Updated on August 30, 2022

Configure Service NAT Interfaces

In order to use IPVT10 service under the enterprise’s private network, users could customize the service port. Our default service ports are shown as following below:

Table 1: Service Port Configuration

Server

Components

Protocol

Default Port

Descriptions

Web Server

HTTP

80

Conference Web UI, Requests Management, API Server.

Web Server

HTTPS/WS

S

443

Conference Web UI, Requests Management, API Server, Connect to Web socket.

SIP Server

TCP/UDP

5060

SIP signaling access for different devices, Trunk/PSTN Connection.

SIP Server

TLS

5061

SIP signaling access for different devices, Trunk/PSTN Connection.

Media Server

TCP/UDP

5062

External control port.

Media Server

UDP

60000-

65000

Port range of media streams:

Requirements: Port starting should not be lower than 1024, the range is not less than 3000.

Table 1: Service Port Configuration

Please, refer to the following steps:

  1. Login IPVT10 Web Management UI.
  2. Click on the “Deployment Services” on the left side of the UI and select “Service Port Configuration”, users will see the page below:
Figure 1: Service Port Configuration
  1. Click to open the menu “Service Port Configuration”, users could customize the service ports based on the requirements.
  2. When users finish updating the ports, click on the button “Deploy to Server” to confirm the customized service ports. The server will reboot to apply the changes.
Notes:


The customized service ports cannot be duplicated.
The ports below cannot be set as customized service ports: ”22,3000,3306,5070,5071,5072, 5080,6379,6380,6381,8006,8008,8010,8012,8080, 8081,8083,9080,80000”.
If the service ports are set incorrectly, users cannot use the corresponding services normally.

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