On this panel you can change the node configuration.

When you are done, click Save to save the changes.

Node editing panel 


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This is the name by which you recognize the node within the system.

Node ID

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This is the IP address or hostname of the node by which it is identified in the system.


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This is the node manufacturer.


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This is the node type.


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This is the node IP address. This address is present in the radius data as the NAS-IP-Address attribute, and is used to identify which node sent the request.

RTP proxy mode

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Define the NAT traversal capabilities for this node:

  • Direct – the RTP stream is sent directly to this node; the RTP proxy doesn't participate in media streaming.
  • Optimal – this node is capable of NAT traversal; no RTP proxying is required unless specifically requested.
  • OnNat – this node is not capable of NAT traversal; engage the RTP proxy if the other party is behind the NAT.
  • Always – when sending a call to this node, always engage the RTP proxy, so that no direct media stream goes to it.

Communication with billing

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The Communication with billing section leads you to the panel where you can configure how this node communicates with the billing engine.

Audit log

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On the Audit log panel you can track and browse through changes made to the node.

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