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The SIP protocol is used heavily for attacks from the Internet. As counter measure, OpenScape Office V3.2 and OpenScape Business have implemented a number of security mechanisms including the blocking of unknown peers.
  
The SIP protocol is used heavily for attacks from the Internet. <br>
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External SIP communication is only possible via IP addresses and ports known to the system.  
As counter measure, OpenScape Office V3.2 and HiPath 3000 V9 have implemented a number of security mechanisms including the blocking of unknown peers.
 
  
External SIP communication e.g. with [[ITSP]]s is only possible via IP addresses and ports known to the system. If different servers are used by the ITSP, they have to be communicated via DNS-SRV to the SEN platform. If this is not done by the provider, the workaround described in the following document may be used.
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The document gives a description of all protection mechanisms, diagnostic data and recommended measures as well.
 
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{{File-DL|SIP Attack Protection - Diagnostics and Configuration Hints|pdf}}
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{{File-DL|SIP Attack Protection - Diagnostics and Configuration Hints|pdf|en|OpenScape Office: SIP Attack Protection}}
 
 
The document gives a description of all protection mechanisms, diagnostic data and recommended measures as well.
 
 
 
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The measures which can be used for OpenScape Business V1 are described in the following document
 
 
   
 
   
{{File-DL|OSBiz SIP Attack Protection|pdf}}
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{{File-DL|OSBiz SIP Attack Protection|pdf|en|OpenScape Business: SIP Attack Protection}}

Latest revision as of 16:34, 9 January 2018

The SIP protocol is used heavily for attacks from the Internet. As counter measure, OpenScape Office V3.2 and OpenScape Business have implemented a number of security mechanisms including the blocking of unknown peers.

External SIP communication is only possible via IP addresses and ports known to the system.

The document gives a description of all protection mechanisms, diagnostic data and recommended measures as well.

pdf-en.png  OpenScape Office: SIP Attack Protection

pdf-en.png  OpenScape Business: SIP Attack Protection