PFSense support SIP Traffic Through NAT?
pfsense does not do any special handling of SIP traffic, i.e. by default it doesn't enable any "proxy" (aka ALG Application Level Gateway). SIP traffic is handled just like all other traffic. This is generally a good thing, because many SIP ALGs implemented in routers break things.
However, since the pf (packet filter used by pfsense) implements the so-called "symmetric NAT" (more
) i.e. the most restrictive (and secure) type of NAT, on average it leads to more headaches with non-NAT-aware protocols (like SIP) than if you were using a NAT firewall implementing a more permissive NAT algo.
Developments of NAT traversal technologies (STUN, ICE etc) in recent years have made things much easier with SIP, so it boils down to the capabilities and configuration of both your SIP device and your VoIP provider
, which is why there isn't really a single configuration that one could post here for every pfsense user to use.