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3CX presence status not working properly - Spiceworks Nov 06, 2017 Offsite deploying phones with 3CX (via SBC and VPN) - Soft Nov 26, 2019 3CXPhone (for Windows) Configuration and Review 3CX: 3CX Version 6: 3CX Version 12: 3CX Version 12.5: 3CX Version 15: 3CX Version 16: 3CXPhone (for Windows) 3CXPhone (Mobile) Aastra 6753i: Acrobits/Groundwire for iPhone: Android SIP Client: Apivio MWP1100: Asterisk 1.4 and 1.2: Asterisk 1.6: Asterisk 1.6.2, 1.8, and 10: Asterisk 14: Asterisk Admin GUI v2.11: Asterisk Admin GUI v12: Asterisk

Solved: One-Way voice in a call over VPN - Cisco Community

Rick thanks for the reply. yes the stun and the vpn tunnels will reside on the same router and I was told that an IP Plus IPSEC IOS will support both stun and vpn connections. here is a sample of what I have now . interface Serial3/1. description SDLC for xxxxxx. no ip address. encapsulation stun. nrzi-encoding. clockrate 56000. stun group 2

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3CX by Worksighted: "Pocket" VPN Appliances to Ease Some of you may be familiar with some work I did in the past to simplify the deployment of remote extensions using a combination of openvpn on a 3cx server and a SNOM 370 IP phone. In this case, we used the built in vpn client on the SNOM 370 to connect back to the 3cx server running OpenVPN and provide simple and secure remote extension setup. VoIP over VPN and bandwidth requirements. VoIP through a VPN connection. Many home workers use VPNs for connecting to their business resources. A VPN (Virtual Private Network) is a secure network connection that use protocols to encrypt information before sending it. Using a public infrastructure, such as the Internet, they can provide remote offices or individual users with secure access to their organization's network.