Jose Miguel RiveraKeymaster
- September 3, 2019 at 6:44 pm
Even though SIP ALG is intended to assist users who have phones on private IP addresses (Class C 192.168.X.X), in many cases it is implemented poorly and actually causes more problems than it solves. SIP ALG modifies SIP packets in unexpected ways, corrupting them and making them unreadable. This can give you unexpected behavior, such as phones not registering and incoming calls failing.
What is your current NAT conf on VitalPBX?0