Edgewater Settings

  Port Forwarding

  • Navigate to NAT, then Port Forwarding
    • Select Protocol: TCP
    • WAN_IP and WAN_SUBNET are filled in with default variables
    • Enter WAN Port: 65000
    • Enter LAN (Local) IP
    • Enter LAN Port: 443 (For HTTPS)
    • Click ADD
    • Click OK in pop-up
    • Click Submit All to apply. Be aware that all changes applied require a voice service restart that can kill any active phone calls

Bandwidth management

  • Navigate to Traffic Shaper
    • Check Enable Traffic Shaping
    • Enter the Primary WAN downstream bandwidth in kbps
    • Enter the Primary WAN upstream bandwidth in kbps
    • (Optional)Enter the Secondary WAN up/downstream bandwidths
    • Click Submit
  • Navigate to Advanced, then Classification Rules

    • Create classification rule for SIP
      • Leave IP Address blank
      • Select direction: Both
      • Select protocol: UDP
      • Leave Source port blank
      • Enter Destination port 5060
      • Select Expedited Forwarding
      • Click Add
    • Create classification rule for RTP
      • Leave IP address blank
      • Select direction: Both
      • Select protocol: UDP
      • Leave Source port blank
      • Enter Destination port: 1000-20000
      • Select Expedited Forwarding
      • Click Add
    • Submit All

Multi-WAN Failover

  • Navigate to Network, then WAN Failover
    • Check Enable WAN Link Redundancy
    • Check Enable Revertive Mode
    • Check Enable Dual WAN Ports
    • Submit
  • Navigate to Advanced
    • Enable Primary Ping Detection
      • Enter Primary Ping Host: 8.8.8.8
    • Enable Secondary Ping Detection
      • Enter Secondary Ping Host: 8.8.4.4
    • Submit
  • Configure both WAN interfaces as needed.
  • Submit All to Apply