|Note:The RTP Multicast and IP Multicast routing functions are totally independent and not reliant upon each other.To support RTP Multicast streaming the underlying network (or relevant section of the network) must support Multicast. If the network does not support Multicast natively, then IP routing functionality and GRE tunnels need to be configured.It is assumed that your unit has been configured in all other areas required prior to configuring for RTP streaming. In particular, the multicast network needs to be connected to the first IP network listed in your IP > Networks menu.|
Multicast IP address range: 184.108.40.206 to 220.127.116.11
Figure 2 SIP Gateway > System menu
On the SIP Gateway > System menu ensure the Mode is set to 'Gateway', prior to configuring for RTP streaming.
SIP Gateway > Channel Summary > Channel Details menu
Figure 3 SIP Gateway > Channel Summary > Channel Details menu
RTP Multicast streaming can be configured by changing SIP BYPASS on the SIP Gateway > Channel Details menu to 'Enabled'. Then specify RTP TX and RX parameters. For Multicast use a Multicast address.
CHANNEL TO EDIT : select channel
SIP BYPASS : change to 'Enabled' for RTP streaming
DESTINATION : set as either a voice port or another SIP gateway
RTP TX ADDR : multicast address of transmit stream
RTP TX REMOTE PORT : multicast transmit stream UDP port number
RTP TX LOCAL PORT : source UDP port from which the traffic will originate on your unit. (This must be unique.)
RTP RX ADDR : multicast receive stream address. (This can be the same as the TX address.)
RTP RX SSM SOURCE ADDR : This parameter is only displayed when the RTP RX ADDR field is set to an IP address starting 232.x.x.x.
RTP RX LOCAL PORT : multicast receive stream UDP port number. (This can be the same as the TX port number.)
|Note: The UDP port numbers you select must be even numbers, because your unit will automatically open each UDP port number +1 as the RTCP port.If you use odd numbers, for example RTP TX REMOTE PORT: 6020, RTP TX LOCAL PORT : 6021, RTP RX LOCAL PORT : 6020, you will find port 6021 is also open as the RTCP port for 6020 and you may have problems. (If you use software version VOS08.08.01 onwards this issue will not arise as you will be restricted to select even numbered ports).|
3. Analogue Ports settings
Figure 4 Analogue Voice > Analogue Ports menu
Ensure that the Algorithm chosen here matches the setting on the SIP Gateway > Channel Details menu and Destination is pointing to the correct SIP Gateway Channel.