Our HDX 6000 is behind a cisco router with a static nat, and no firewalling, so it's wide open to the internet. Our iPad is on 3G.
When we connect we get the following debug on the polycom:
2012-03-16 14:59:18 DEBUG avc: pc: h323nat: localIP = "10.10.3.201", farIP = "10.138.162.179", both are non-routable but on different LANs.
The Mobile client is obviously being natted, this prevents communication with the polycom.
Whats the work around for this?
Register both to a gatekeeper and use an E.164 address. The 3G will supply a non-routable IP to the iPad like WiFi does.
Can the mobile units use ST VBP ? If so I would go with that.
The problem is that you are behind NAT. What I am not sure about is the 3G. Is it through some sort of a contract with the isp that you are on a local subnet on the ipad? Usually I would think the ISP would be using local ip on nat. You should be seing that NAT. Correct me if I am wrong.
How is it getting a local ip? My answer would be that there is natting going from the ipad on before you hit the 6000 unit. I can not see how else it could be. Unless you are on 3G on company local ip for the ipad. Is that possible?