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Re: optus sagemcom f@st 5366 TN portforwarding for Synology NAS

This works for Linksys WRTnumber hiddenAC router. With 5366 behind the Linksys, need to port forward 5060-5061 as above to prevent intermittent blocking of inwards VoIP calls.
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Re: optus sagemcom f@st 5366 TN portforwarding for Synology NAS

@glenncol 

What type of NBN connection (FTP, FTTC, etc) do you have?

I'm assuming you are on either FTTB or FTTN since you are using a Technicolor Modem, is that correct? If so, is the Technicolor Modem in bridge mode?

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Re: optus sagemcom f@st 5366 TN portforwarding for Synology NAS

Hi, yes we are using FTTN and the have bridged the Technicolor
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Re: optus sagemcom f@st 5366 TN portforwarding for Synology NAS


@glenncol wrote:
Hi, yes we are using FTTN and the have bridged the Technicolor

OK, so nothing needs to be done to  the Technicolor.

I assume this whirlpool post is from one if your group. RedSector's first set of instructions spells out what needs to be done. While he stated he needed to disable RTSP Passthrough I did not have to do that, and I've been running Optus VoIP fine since late last year.  He correctly states that you only need to do port 5060. My reference to 5060-5061 is incorrect as that was based on some conflicting info I was getting at the time.

My FTTC setup is: NBN Box->Asus RT-N66U->PAP2 Voip Adapter 

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Re: optus sagemcom f@st 5366 TN portforwarding for Synology NAS

Yeah, the brother-in-law, as usual does not listen 

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