[Freeswitch-users] Can uPNP be turned off?

Mario mario_fs at mgtech.com
Wed Oct 13 07:17:14 PDT 2010

Thanks, I saw that in the wiki and was going to try it next. But after
adding autonat: looks like last nights test is ok now, I am
hoping the problem is fixed. FS would work fine first 4-9 hours then
stopped answering incoming. Funny thing, no problem like this with the
SPA9000 for 2 years using 2 DSL connections. Thanks again.

On 10/12/10 19:28, Anthony Minessale wrote:
> Start fs with -nonat
> On Oct 12, 2010 7:27 PM, "Mario" <mario_fs at mgtech.com
> <mailto:mario_fs at mgtech.com>> wrote:
>> I am using ext... autonat: in sip internal and external as per
>> wiki. The sofia status is ok for the profiles bu the nat_map shows the
>> wrong address because the router is sending the wrong wan IP in the pnp
>> request. Since I have autonat: coded is there a way to force FS
>> not to use uPNP so it does not request nat info from the router? I need
>> it on in the router for other things. Thanks. Mario
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