Settings/stun server

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WEB USER INTERFACE
V6: Identities - NAT(Section): STUN Server
V7: Identities - NAT (Section): STUN Server
V8: Identities - NAT (Section): STUN Server
PHONE USER INTERFACE
N/A
FIRMWARE VERSIONS
V6  V7  V8  
XML CONFIGURATION
<stun_server idx="INDEX" perm="PERMISSIONFLAG">VALIDVALUE</stun_server>
DESCRIPTION
We reintroduced a STUN keep-alive mechanism for SIP, which can be turned on manually by specifying the address of the STUN server followed by the port number. However, we strongly discourage you from using it, because it can not work properly in symmetrical NAT environments (i.e., linux-based router/firewall). The only general SIP NAT solution is a session border controller (SBC) on the service provider’s side.
VALIDVALUE
e.g. <217.115.141.99:5062>
DEFAULTVALUE
blank
FURTHER INFORMATION
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