Should a Linksys Sipura 2102 be configured with nat=yes even if it is on the local network?

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Should a Linksys Sipura 2102 be configured with nat=yes even if it is on
the local network?

I have been having some troubles with a Linksys Sipura 2100 series, which
suffers from NO AUDIO after a few calls.. Because it is on the same subnet
as Asterisk it is configured with nat=no. When you think of it because the
Sipura 2100 is a broadband router, the voice part may be considered as
being behind NAT, as are other devices plugged into its yellow socket
defintely are.

In theory is it likely to be better that way?

/voipfc

One thought on - Should a Linksys Sipura 2102 be configured with nat=yes even if it is on the local network?

  • That was my question exactly. Look for the thread:

    Should you “ever” use nat=no?

    And the answer is almost never.

    sean