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CommPeak's IP Address Ranges
CommPeak's IP Address Ranges
Updated over a week ago

Some applications or host providers might find it handy to know about CommPeak's IPs. This page is intended to be the definitive source of CommPeak's current IP ranges.

TIP

For CommPeak's SIP proxy addresses, please take a look here.โ€

SIP Trunking (Termination & Origination)

REGION

SIP

RTP

EMEA

104.199.5.135 (EU)
23.19.63.80 (EU2)
156.38.220.243 (ZA)

116.202.64.32/27

34.141.29.243

34.89.247.197

23.19.63.64/27

156.38.220.240/28

185.173.160.112/28

Americas

45.79.73.196 (USWest)
104.196.193.91 (USEast)
35.199.94.113 (BR)

167.88.61.171
45.79.75.243
45.79.89.12
104.196.22.135
35.196.192.172
38.91.100.151
187.108.207.212
35.198.0.216

APAC

104.199.214.247 (TW)
139.162.63.89 (SG)
35.189.35.228 (AU)
64.120.89.80 (HK)

104.155.237.56

34.87.158.58

35.189.41.174

64.120.89.80/28

35.220.213.219

156.146.56.176/28

CommPeak Dialer VoIP Gateways (SIP and RTP)

  • 23.19.63.64/27

  • 116.202.64.32/27

  • 64.120.89.80/28

  • 187.108.207.211/32

  • 45.77.94.198/32

  • 169.57.216.71/32

  • 38.91.107.164/32

  • 156.38.220.240/28

  • 185.173.160.112/28

Also available as an IPv4 text list.

Ports Required for Calls and WebRTC

We recommend opening firewall ports towards your PBX server with any/any rules or opening the following ports:

  • 5060 TCP & UDP

  • 5061 TCP

  • 10000-32767 UDP

  • 443 TCP

  • 80 TCP

If you are using WebRTC, open 8089 TCP & UDP.

Monitoring IP Addresses

Allow ICMP ping and latency monitoring for the IP addresses below. It will help the CommPeak team provide you with optimum support.

  • 187.108.207.211

  • 35.198.0.216

  • 169.57.216.71

  • 116.202.64.40

  • 104.199.5.135

  • 38.91.107.164

  • 38.91.100.151

  • 167.88.61.171

  • 34.87.158.58

  • 139.162.33.28

  • 23.19.63.66

Make sure to add the IP address of your PBX server as well.

TIP

You can find the IP address of your PBX server at CommPeak Portal > Cloud PBX > PBX Instances.

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