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How can I display connection attempts that my policy is blocking

We use RAP-5s for our work at home environment. We use Avaya ip hard phones, which are connected to the RAP. The Avaya phones are authenticated by their mac address. I have created a role consisting of various voice related policies that the Avaya phones are assigned to after authenticating. The phone is able to register with the pbx and connect to the http server to retrieve the config, and log into the pbx. However, there is something still being blocked as the phone has no dial tone. So I wanted to see if there is any way I can look on the controller and see what is being blocked when the phone goes off hook and tries to get a dial tone.

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Registered: ‎09-08-2010

Re: How can I display connection attempts that my policy is blocking

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If the port is in tunneled-mode, you can run:

show datapath session table <ip-address> | include D

 

 This will show you traffic that is being denied/blocked. If you want to see all traffic, remove the pipe and include.


Tim Cappalli | Aruba Security TME
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Registered: ‎02-24-2014

Re: How can I display connection attempts that my policy is blocking

Avaya phones use ports 49152-53246 for voice traffic or port 5060 if you are using sip. Just make sure these ports aren't blocked.
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