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    If you can telnet to 5060 - it means te port...

    If you can telnet to 5060 - it means te port forwarding for TCP most probably works. But it gices you nothing, as you cannot make calls with TCP (can you make your ITSP call using TCP?).

    You need...
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    I would suggest to forget about TCP for now....

    I would suggest to forget about TCP for now. Almost all ITSPs are working with UDP only, so lets understand UDP.
    timmeah, which port on the router did you use to forward the traffic to port 5060 of...
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    If the ports are forwarded correctly, you should...

    If the ports are forwarded correctly, you should see on the SIP Registration Status:

    Detected connection type: Full Cone NAT (external IP: 203.XXX.XXX.XXX:5060).

    Is that the case?
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    Don't pay too much attension to the CGI stuff in...

    Don't pay too much attension to the CGI stuff in the logs.. :)
    Are the lines above the last ones you get in SIP UA logs? If so, you seem not using any IP Phones on that device. So what phones are...
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    Yep, the first place to look is the SIP UA logs....

    Yep, the first place to look is the SIP UA logs. The second (if you have this call in SIP UA logs, and you see it is refused by some reason), is the Call Controller logs.

    Also, I would suspect you...
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