Disable Or Enable Sip Alg on SpeedTouch/Thomson

SIP ALG  is a security component,it is created in the same way as a proxy policy and offers similar configuration options ,SIP ALG commonly found in a router or firewall device Such as SpeedTouch,Many Speedtouch/Thomson routers comes with SIP ALG enabled by default , this causes registration and call problems for most VoIP devices behind it.
To disable SIP ALG on Speedtouch/Thomson routers please follow the instructions below.
1- open a Command Prompt window cmd.
- Navigate: Start > All Programs > Accessories > Command Prompt.
-or Start > Run > type 'cmd' into the box > Press Enter
2- type 'telnet' followed by the IP address of the router (default: 192.168.1.254)  then press the Enter key.

3-The login username is "Administrator" not admin and  Password is blank ""if not set.
4-type >connection unbind application=SIP port=5060      Press Enter
5-type >saveall    Press Enter      
6-type >exit         Press Enter










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4 comments:

Jared on January 30, 2012 at 9:22 AM said...

This was very helpful for me to open up port 5060 for a friend. Their VoIP software worked immediately after doing this. One question: Do you know the equivalent command for Unix, or more specifically MacOSX? I'm new to admin work with Macs and need to access another router to do the exact same thing, but don't know how. Help!

Jared on January 30, 2012 at 9:23 AM said...

This was very helpful for me to open up port 5060 for a friend. Their VoIP software worked immediately after doing this. One question: Do you know the equivalent command for Unix, or more specifically MacOSX? I'm new to admin work with Macs and need to access another router to do the exact same thing, but don't know how. Help!

Jared on January 30, 2012 at 9:26 AM said...

This was very helpful. Thank you! The second I did this for a friend their VoIP app started working. However I still need to do the same for a couple of other friends who have Macs. Does anybody know how to do this using MacOSX commands in terminal? Or even Unix commands would help. I need to unbind port 5060. Thanks in advance!

Anonymous said...

Telnet is available through the Terminal app. Otherwise the process is the same.

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