I've got a fortigate 400A at a client's site. They've got a /26 from British Telecom, and we're using 4 of those IPs as a NAT Pool.
Is there a way to say that traffic from 172.18.4.40-45 can only ever come out of (and hence go back into) x.x.x.140 as the external IP?
We're having some problems with SIP which looks like it's coming out of one, and trying to go back into another.
I tried enabling asymmetric routing, didn't work.
I tried setting a VIP, but even when I did that, it didn't appear to do anything.
Any ideas? I can probably post some firewall snippets if need be.. Tell me what you want to see.
config system settings set sip-helper disable set sip-nat-trace disable set sip-tcp-port 5061 set sip-udp-port 5061 set multicast-forward enable end
VoIP phones, with no special configuration can register fine to proxy.sipgate.co.uk, which has an IP address of
126.96.36.199. Which is cool.
Two phones are using a different provider, whose proxy IP address is
These phones can register for outbound, but inbound INVITEs never make it to the phone.
Is it possible that the Fortigate is having trouble with
178.255.x.x as it's got a 255 in it? Or am I just imagining things?