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I searched the groups to find answers to my questions, but didn't quite find what I was looking for, so I appologize if this has been beaten to death...

I have a Cisco PIX 501 running a small home network. I am fairly new to the PIX, but understand the basics. My current configuration is:

[Internet]

[Cable Modem]

[PIX 501]

{ [MOTOROLA VT1005V] [PC] [PC] [PC] }

Basically the devices between the { } are in my private NAT network.

I have had pretty good success with Vonage; my cable connection is seems very fast and is rarely (if ever) congested, however I tend to use the Internet via my PCs a lot, which can dramatically affect call quality.

I started reading about QoS and it sounds like the recommended approach (from Vonage mind you), is to put the [VT1005] between the [PIX 501] and the [Cable Modem] . I am not too comfortable with this only because from a security standpoint, I have no idea what that opens up. I am comfortable with everything behind the PIX.

As I said things _work_ and I didn't have to change anything on the PIX, but is there a way I can take advantage of QoS, however? Does the PIX support this? I have read about opening ports, but not sure what the best approach is.

I don't know what fixup is, so if that is a suggestion, could someone please explain it to me.

I have the [VT1005] with a hard-coded IP on my local LAN. Should I open up ports 5060-5063 (incoming) to that device? UDP or TCP? What about ports 10000 - 10011 (as the Motorola doc recommends)? Are all these forwarding rules inbound rules?

This mainly stems from a review I just read about the new Linksys Router/Firewall/Wireless/VOIP device (from Cisco). It sounds like it does a lot-more importantly, the reviewer said since all of this is in one device, it handles QoS seamlessly and calls always sound great, even while downloading a lot from the internal network.

Also when I try to add a translation rule (via the PDM) to forward UDP 5061 to my [VT1005] , I get the following warning:



I have no idea what this means, but I did notice that there is a rule in the list for port 5061-I know I didn't add it and I am the only one using the PIX. It's a dynamic mapping too, which I am not sure what that is either.

Any help would be appreciated.



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This static port mapping translation rule is overlapping with a dynamic address
I know it's been a while since this post was originally made, but if you want to use
Right now my PIX gets its IP via DHCP from the cable modem and then dishes out IPs
The Vonage will get the IP. Your PIX will recieve a DHCP address from the Vonage
Thanks for the reply. Will the motorola voip device pass through the IP or
Close. I belive the default subnet from the Motorola will be 192.15.x.x, but the
To answer the inbound/outbound port question, Vonage says they need both inbound

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