Hi, I wonder what is the exact command to disable sip ALG? Thanks.Just to update... The problem went away, I think it was fixed by disabling the sip ALG. If we get a chance we'll try enabling the ALG again to be sure. Ran out of time last night..
Just FYI, http://www.speedtest.com.hk/en/index.htm still doesn't work with SIP disabled.http://forum.mikrotik.com/viewtopic.php?f=13&t=56265
I think you can do it via the web interface too.
None without seeing the configuration export. Are you saying that audio-only WhatsApp calls work fine but if you try video, it fails?Anyone have any pointers???
Hi there I have borrow this from speedtest site and I think It would be helpful for you.Hi,
I am running routeros 5.21 and recently I found out I can't run the speedtest on this site. http://www.speedtest.com.hk/en/index.htm
The windows version will let you download a binary to test the speed. The Mac version is actually an gbwhatsapp app run on OSX. None of those would work when I connect thru routeros. The speed test program would just timeout. The speed test works when I directly connect without the router though.
I wonder what is the proper way to troubleshoot using logging in routeros for these type of problems? Thanks.
This typically happens if anti-virus or firewall software on your computer is intercepting test traffic. Examples of this type of software include McAfee, Norton, and AVG. A properly configured firewall shouldn't cause issues with the test, but you can try momentarily disabling the software before a test to see if it's causing the problem. (Don't forget to enable it again afterwards.)
If that doesn't solve the issue—or it's happening for multiple computers in your network—you might also try restarting the router and modem used for your connection. They can sometimes have temporary issues that only show up when trying to upload data, and restarting them usually clears it up.
Could be... yesterday I've seen several paragraphs of Cisco documentation chosen to deal with only vendor-independent information as a post in a wireless-related topics as the first post ever by a user. I always wonder whether this clearly means such user to prepare ground for posting spam later or whether a first time user cannot create a topic so one needs to do this to be able to ask his own question here.Are bots getting smarter?