SIP Settings I use on N80

Gizmo

Profile name: Gizmo
Service profile: Standard IETF
Default access point: MyAccessPoint
Public user name:  sip:1747xxxxxxx@proxy01.sipphone.com)
Use compression: No
Registration  : When needed
Use Security : No
Proxy Server:
Proxy address: sip:proxy01.sipphone.com
Realm: proxy01.sipphone.com
Username: 1747xxxxxxx
Password: ****
Allow loose routing: Yes
Transport type: UDP
Port: 5060
Registrar server:
Registrar address: sip:proxy01.sipphone.com
Realm: proxy01.sipphone.com
Username: 1747xxxxxxx
Password: ****
Transport protocol: UDP
Port: 5060

FreeWorldDialup

Profile name: Fwd
Service profile: Standard IETF
Default access point: MyAccessPoint
Public user name:  sip:xxxxxx@fwd.pulver.com

Use compression: No
Registration  : When needed
Use Security : No
Proxy Server:
Proxy address: sip:fwdnat.pulver.com
Realm: fwdnat.pulver.com
Username: xxxxxx
Password: ****
Allow loose routing: Yes
Transport type: UDP
Port: 5082
Registrar server:
Registrar address: sip:fwd.pulver.com
Realm: fwd.pulver.com
Username: xxxxxx
Password: ****
Transport protocol: UDP
Port: 5060

VoIPCheap

Profile name: VoIpCheap
Service profile: Standard IETF
Default access point: MyAccessPoint
Public user name:  sip:userid@sip.VoipCheap.com

Use compression: No
Registration  : When needed
Use Security : No
Proxy Server:
Proxy address: sip:sip.VoipCheap.com
Realm: sip.VoipCheap.com
Username: userid

Password: ****
Allow loose routing: Yes
Transport type: Auto
Port: 5060
Registrar server:
Registrar address: sip:sip.VoipCheap.com
Realm: sip.VoipCheap.com
Username: userid

Password: ****
Transport protocol: Auto
Port: 5060

TruPhone

It’s better to use the TruPhone Wizard. The username is neither the userid nor the TruPhone number. So is the password. Both will be included in the TruPhone settings file. You have to make sure all the three profiles of the TruPhone doesn’t point to the same access point. These three profiles are provided as we have different names for AccessPoints at home, work and travel. We need to check only any of the profile, we currently use.

For getting Incoming calls on Truphone I had to route port 5060 on my router to the IP of my phone. For calling it was not needed.

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One Comment

  1. vijay
    Posted August 2, 2007 at 3:28 am | Permalink

    Do you have Working settings for VOICESTICK


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