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What are the ports to open on my router and how do I prioritise flow?

In order to optimise the quality of your calls we recommend prioritising flow on your routers.
Here are the different elements constituting Ringover's infrastructure:
● SIP Proxy
SIP Proxy servers are used for the authentication and routing of SIP packets.

● Media
Media servers are used for implementing IVRs, transcoding audio streams, conference calls.

● TURN
TURN servers offer an advantageous alternative: coupled with media servers, they allow tcp tunnelling on a port before rerouting to the media server.

With Ringover having at its disposal a fleet of flexible media servers, TURN technology makes it possible to establish fewer security rules. However, the client must support the turn. A failover is possible if the TURN servers cannot be reached.

● API & Front
API servers are used for processing CDRs, contacts, group conversations, text messages, etc.


General Rules:


*The web browser can open a random port between 1024 - 65535. We have no influence over this selection.

The ports to use on the server side are:
● HTTPS / TLS → port 443 (TCP)
● TURN → port 80 et 443 (TCP et UDP)
● RTP → port 20000-22000 (UDP)
● SIP → port 5060 (UDP et TCP) ou 443

Here are Ringover's IP blocks:
● 185.63.92.0/24
● 185.63.93.0/24
● 185.63.94.0/24
● 154.44.180.0/24
● 45.151.184.0/22
● 51.79.110.0/24
● 51.159.75.59/24

Finally, Google's STUN servers can be used for NAT detection:
• stun.l.google.com:19302
• stun1.l.google.com:19302
• stun2.l.google.com:19302

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