08-27-2020 05:50 PM
I would like to see if anyone had any success with making Whatsapp calls and/or video to work using an internal wifi network.
When I try to make a call with my cell phone, I will see "ringing..." and hear the phone ringing. The receiving side will pick up, but my side will still just see "ringing." After about 10 seconds, the call fails. For a testing policy, I've allowed ANY to ANY traffic , no filtering of any kind. I chose the application, whatsapp-base, whatsapp-web, whatsapp-video, and I also allowed:
TCP 80, 443, 4244, 5222, 5223, 5228,50318, 59234 & 5242
UDP Ports: 3478, 45395, 50318, 59234
I did a packet capture as well, but couldn't see any drop packets.
Appreciate any feedback.
Check and see if you have any denied traffic trying to hit the NAT source address.
08-31-2020 06:28 PM
Thank you for the suggestion. Would I be able to see this in the already captured pcap files or this has to be done with a live session? What exactly should I look for?
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