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  Reply # 563628 1-Jan-2012 23:45 Send private message

So it's just port triggering ok. No port forwarding. That's used for FTP games and some Private bit torrents.

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  Reply # 563646 2-Jan-2012 07:35 Send private message

gkjones: Ypu need to give yourself a smack in the head. Read the post. Triggering triggering triggering. Nothing about forwarding. And that latency is crap so yes we will have to use different settings but that's down the track. The sip port 5060 is in the Ata and is correct but it's the actual port that the router must open when it receives a sinal from the Ata we need to set up. In the router configuration 192.168.1.1 if factory unchanged go to the advanced section on forwarding and triggering. You want to set up 2090 in both options. This is not in the Ata section it's the router. Now you might have a dial tone.


Latency to the USA has *ABSOLUTELY NOTHING* to do with the OP's VoIP issue. Mind explaining why you think it is part of the problem?






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  Reply # 563653 2-Jan-2012 08:47 Send private message

gkjones: Ypu need to give yourself a smack in the head. Read the post. Triggering triggering triggering. Nothing about forwarding. And that latency is crap so yes we will have to use different settings but that's down the track. The sip port 5060 is in the Ata and is correct but it's the actual port that the router must open when it receives a sinal from the Ata we need to set up. In the router configuration 192.168.1.1 if factory unchanged go to the advanced section on forwarding and triggering. You want to set up 2090 in both options. This is not in the Ata section it's the router. Now you might have a dial tone.

You seem to have a strange way of helping, I don't see why I need to smack myself in the head?

I already have a dial tone. I am unable to call out. If I call a number it dials it and then after 2-3 seconds I get the continuous beeps in rather quick succession which I think is the no such number tone, not an engaged tone.

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  Reply # 567168 10-Jan-2012 23:49 Send private message

I'm in the same boat as you, I can receive calls fine but when I go to dial out, I get dialtone but I end up with that strange sort of engaged tone for ANY number I dial. I read a post somewhere where someone was saying it is a firmware issue as, for iTalk, the router needs to ignore the second invite... or something like that.

Cheers, Steve

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  Reply # 567184 11-Jan-2012 07:36 Send private message

sar10538: I'm in the same boat as you, I can receive calls fine but when I go to dial out, I get dialtone but I end up with that strange sort of engaged tone for ANY number I dial. I read a post somewhere where someone was saying it is a firmware issue as, for iTalk, the router needs to ignore the second invite... or something like that.

Cheers, Steve

Well you are one step ahead of me. I cannot receive calls or make them. I keep meaning to call up the slingshot helpdesk but know it will take an hour or so to sort it out (if they can even help at all) so need to set aside the time!

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  Reply # 567619 11-Jan-2012 21:49 Send private message

Well this is where I have got so far:-

1: Reset to Factory Defaults from the Administration menu.
2: Voice->Admin View->Provisioning, Provision Enable: = no, Upgrade Enable: = no
3: Voice->Admin View->Line1
 a: Line Enable: = yes
 b: Proxy: = ???.italk.co.nz
 c: Display Name: = 64???????? (your full International number)
 d: User ID: = 64???????? (as above)
 c: Password: = ???????
   i) Go to the main http://www.slingshot.co.nz web page and login,
   ii) MY PHONE->more>>
   iii) Manage My ITalk
   iv) Click "View / Change" to reveal your VOIP account settings including your Password
4: Under Audio Configuration, Preferred Codec: = G711a, FAX Passthru Codec: = G711a
5: Don't forget to Save Settings at the bottom of the page.
Now just check the Voice->Info, Line 1 Status, L1 Registration State:, it should say Registered,
if not you will need to check the Proxy:, User ID: and Password settings above.

That should be all you need to do from a Factory Defaults reset state to get a basic working setup. Dialtone + incoming only!

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  Reply # 567723 12-Jan-2012 08:56 Send private message

Yeah my settings are exactly that and I have the registered showing up in the info page. If I try and call my number from my cellphone I get a recorded message along the lines of "This line has been deactivated or is not in service blah blah". I think I need to give slingshot a ring.

Have you tried using the softphone software and making/receiving a call with that? I just tried that to see if I could receive a call and I can't, it still gives me the recorded message. There must be some settings wrong at slingshots end at least partially to blame anyway. No problems making a call though.

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  Reply # 568145 12-Jan-2012 22:44 Send private message

I tried the softphone first off until I obtained an ATA and it worked fine. By the sounds of it your iTalk account is not activated properly and you will have to contact Slingshot to sort that problem out to start with. Once you get past this stage it will be interesting to see if you have the same issues as I do with the WAG310G. Good Luck.

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  Reply # 568151 12-Jan-2012 23:01 Send private message

What's in your dial plan?




Now on Slingshot Better Network and it's better.

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  Reply # 568161 12-Jan-2012 23:41 Send private message

I just left it as the default one, (<#:>,XX,<:@gw0>|XX.)

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  Reply # 568197 13-Jan-2012 08:13 Send private message

techmeister: What's in your dial plan?

I copied this off the 2talk website for setting up a SPA2102 ATA (0[2-9][2-9]xxxxxx|[2-9]xxxxxx|021x.|022x.|0508x.|0800x.|025x.|027x.|028x.|029x.|00x.|1xx|01x|*x.)

Have absolutely no idea what it means!

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  Reply # 568492 13-Jan-2012 16:09 Send private message

k14:
techmeister: What's in your dial plan?

I copied this off the 2talk website for setting up a SPA2102 ATA (0[2-9][2-9]xxxxxx|[2-9]xxxxxx|021x.|022x.|0508x.|0800x.|025x.|027x.|028x.|029x.|00x.|1xx|01x|*x.)

Have absolutely no idea what it means!


Thanks, I tried this but still have the same problem I'm afraid. I have tried comparing the voice settings with a working WRP400 and updating to match but that still did not solve the problem. I'm not convinced that this is a configuration problem, I think it is a firmware incompatibility issue.

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  Reply # 568509 13-Jan-2012 16:36 Send private message

This is the debug syslog of attempting to call an 022 number:-

Jan 13 16:02:10 cordy WAG310G: kernel: ENDPT: ECAN Enabled for endpt 0
Jan 13 16:02:10 cordy [0]Off Hook
Jan 13 16:02:10 cordy [0]Off Hook
Jan 13 16:02:10 cordy WAG310G: kernel: HDSP: Static tone 'CUSTOM RINGBACK 1'
Jan 13 16:02:10 cordy WAG310G: kernel:
Jan 13 16:02:10 cordy WAG310G: kernel: ENDPT: ECAN NLP disabled for endpt 0
Jan 13 16:02:13 cordy WAG310G: kernel: ENDPT: ECAN Enabled for endpt 0
Jan 13 16:02:18 cordy gwid: -1, lid: 0
Jan 13 16:02:18 cordy pconly: 0
Jan 13 16:02:18 cordy n: 5
Jan 13 16:02:18 cordy clRemote: (nil), clLocal->ucNumAudioCodec: 5
Jan 13 16:02:18 cordy +++ cmd new call 0
Jan 13 16:02:18 cordy +++ cmd new call 0
Jan 13 16:02:18 cordy +++ cmd new call ok
Jan 13 16:02:18 cordy +++ cmd new call ok
Jan 13 16:02:18 cordy Calling: [email protected]:0, rc=0
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy WAG310G: kernel: ENDPT: CREATE CNX: dsp 0, endpt 0, cnx 0
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy WAG310G: kernel: Default value for provItemId '67' did not exist
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy WAG310G: kernel: Default value for provItemId '68' did not exist
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy WAG310G: kernel: Default value for provItemId '69' did not exist
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy WAG310G: kernel: Default value for provItemId '70' did not exist
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy WAG310G: kernel: Default value for provItemId '71' did not exist
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy WAG310G: kernel: Default value for provItemId '214' did not exist
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy [0: 0]AUD ALLOC CALL (port=16402)
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy WAG310G: kernel: Default value for provItemId '74' did not exist
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy WAG310G: kernel: ENDPT: Setting RTP service registers for line 0
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy WAG310G: kernel: EnableRelay: VBD mode for endpt 0
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy WAG310G: kernel: ENDPT: DTMF Relay 0, Fax 0
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy [0: 0]RTP Rx Up
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy [0]->XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX: 5060(1013)
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy [0]->XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX: 5060(1013)
Jan 13 16:02:19 INVITE sip: [email protected] SIP/2.0#015#012Via: SIP/2.0/UDP XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX:5060;branch=z9hG4bK-cf60c89e#015#012From: 643XXXXXXX <sip:[email protected]>;tag=f68ee401354f522fo0#015#012To: <sip:[email protected]>#015#012Remote-Party-ID: 643XXXXXXX <sip:[email protected]>;screen=yes;party=calling#015#012Call-ID: [email protected]#015#012CSeq: 101 INVITE#015#012Max-Forwards: 70#015#012Contact: 643XXXXXXX <sip:[email protected]:5060>#015#012Expires: 240#015#012User-Agent: Linksys/WAG310G-4.1.12(07011729)#015#012Content-Length: 357#015#012Allow: ACK, BYE, CANCEL, INFO, INVITE, NOTIFY, OPTIONS, REFER#015#012Supported: x-sipura, replaces#015#012Content-Type: application/sdp#015#012#015#012v=0#015#012o=- 7101 7101 IN IP4 XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX#015#012s=-#015#012c=IN IP4 XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX#015#012t=0 0#015#012m=audio 16402 RTP/AVP 8 0 2 4 18 100 101#015#012a=rtpmap:8 PCMA/8000#015#012a=rtpmap:0 PCMU/8000#015#012a=rtpmap:2 G726-32/8000#015#012a=rtpmap:4 G723/8000#015#012a=rtpmap:18 G729a/8000#015#012a=rtpmap:100 NSE/8000#015#012a=fmtp:100 192-193#015#012a=rtpmap:101 telephone-event/8000#015#012a=fmtp:101 0-15#015#012a=ptime:30#015#012a=sendrecv#015
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy  
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy  
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy WAG310G: kernel: ENDPT: Set codec: codec=0x1, pc=0x0, s=1, p=30
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy WAG310G: kernel: ENDPT: 'HAPINET_MODE' (0x30c2), cnx:0, line:0, hdl:0x50, op1:0x2, op2:0x0
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy WAG310G: kernel: ENDPT: 'HAPI_CODEC_VOICERATE_EVT' (0x2c1), cnx:0, line:0, hdl:0x50, op1:0x100, op2:0x0 (enc: G.711-u gVAD)
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy WAG310G: kernel: kernel::endptReadRtpRegs
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy WAG310G: kernel: ENDPT: readRtpRegs: dsp 0, endpt 0, cnx 0
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy WAG310G: kernel: ENDPT 0: cnx 0 - read RTP registers
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy WAG310G: kernel: ENDPT 0: cnx 0 - read RTP registers Done
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy WAG310G: kernel: kernel::endptReadRtpRegs
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy WAG310G: kernel: ENDPT: readRtpRegs: dsp 0, endpt 0, cnx 0
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy WAG310G: kernel: ENDPT 0: cnx 0 - read RTP registers
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy WAG310G: kernel: ENDPT 0: cnx 0 - read RTP registers Done
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy [0]<<XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX: 5060(534)
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy [0]<<XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX: 5060(534)
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy SIP/2.0 407 Proxy Authentication Required#015#012Via: SIP/2.0/UDP XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX:5060;branch=z9hG4bK-cf60c89e;received=XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX#015#012From: 643XXXXXXX <sip:[email protected]>;tag=f68ee401354f522fo0#015#012To: <sip:[email protected]>;tag=as612a86e8#015#012Call-ID: [email protected]#015#012CSeq: 101 INVITE#015#012User-Agent: italk PBX#015#012Allow: INVITE, ACK, CANCEL, OPTIONS, BYE, REFER, SUBSCRIBE, NOTIFY#015#012Supported: replaces#015#012Proxy-Authenticate: Digest algorithm=MD5, realm="italk.co.nz", nonce="27e3cf23"#015#012Content-Length: 0#015#012#015
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy  
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy  
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy [0]->XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX: 5060(1196)
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy [0]->XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX: 5060(1196)
Jan 13 16:02:19 INVITE sip: [email protected] SIP/2.0#015#012Via: SIP/2.0/UDP XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX:5060;branch=z9hG4bK-b632da72#015#012From: 643XXXXXXX <sip:[email protected]>;tag=f68ee401354f522fo0#015#012To: <sip:[email protected]>#015#012Remote-Party-ID: 643XXXXXXX <sip:[email protected]>;screen=yes;party=calling#015#012Call-ID: [email protected]#015#012CSeq: 102 INVITE#015#012Max-Forwards: 70#015#012Proxy-Authorization: Digest username="643XXXXXXX",realm="italk.co.nz",nonce="27e3cf23",uri="sip:[email protected]",algorithm=MD5,response="4f8fa6b09d2ba7bb6426262a2e5257c8"#015#012Contact: 643XXXXXXX <sip:[email protected]:5060>#015#012Expires: 240#015#012User-Agent: Linksys/WAG310G-4.1.12(07011729)#015#012Content-Length: 357#015#012Allow: ACK, BYE, CANCEL, INFO, INVITE, NOTIFY, OPTIONS, REFER#015#012Supported: x-sipura, replaces#015#012Content-Type: application/sdp#015#012#015#012v=0#015#012o=- 7101 7101 IN IP4 XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX#015#012s=-#015#012c=IN IP4 XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX#015#012t=0 0#015#012m=audio 16402 RTP/AVP 8 0 2 4 18 100 101#015#012a=rtpmap:8 PCMA/8000#015#012a=rtpmap:0 PCMU/8000#015#012a=rtpmap:2 G726-32/8000#015#012a=rtpmap:4 G723/8000#015#012a=rtpmap:18 G729a/8000#015#012a=rtpmap:100 NSE/8000#015#012a=fmtp:100 192-193#015#012a=rtpmap:101 telephone-event/8000#015#012a=fmtp:101 0-15#015#012a=ptime:30#015#012a=sendrecv#015
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy  
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy  
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy [0]->XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX: 5060(437)
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy [0]->XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX: 5060(437)
Jan 13 16:02:19 ACK sip: [email protected] SIP/2.0#015#012Via: SIP/2.0/UDP XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX:5060;branch=z9hG4bK-cf60c89e#015#012From: 643XXXXXXX <sip:[email protected]>;tag=f68ee401354f522fo0#015#012To: <sip:[email protected]>;tag=as612a86e8#015#012Call-ID: [email protected]#015#012CSeq: 101 ACK#015#012Max-Forwards: 70#015#012Contact: 643XXXXXXX <sip:[email protected]:5060>#015#012User-Agent: Linksys/WAG310G-4.1.12(07011729)#015#012Content-Length: 0#015#012#015
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy  
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy  
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy WAG310G: kernel: kernel::endptWriteRtpRegs
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy WAG310G: kernel: ENDPT: readRtpRegs: dsp 0, endpt 0, cnx 0
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy WAG310G: kernel: ENDPT 0: cnx 0 - read RTP registers
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy WAG310G: kernel: ENDPT 0: cnx 0 - read RTP registers Done
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy WAG310G: kernel: ENDPT: MODIFY CNX: dsp 0, endpt 0, cnx 0
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy WAG310G: kernel: Switchboard ON (type Simplex): VHD 0x50/1 with VHD 0x54/0
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy WAG310G: kernel: ENDPT: Set codec: codec=0x1, pc=0x0, s=1, p=30
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy [0]<<XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX: 5060(439)
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy [0]<<XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX: 5060(439)
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy SIP/2.0 491 Request Pending#015#012Via: SIP/2.0/UDP XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX:5060;branch=z9hG4bK-b632da72;received=XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX#015#012From: 643XXXXXXX <sip:[email protected]>;tag=f68ee401354f522fo0#015#012To: <sip:[email protected]>;tag=as612a86e8#015#012Call-ID: [email protected]#015#012CSeq: 102 INVITE#015#012User-Agent: italk PBX#015#012Allow: INVITE, ACK, CANCEL, OPTIONS, BYE, REFER, SUBSCRIBE, NOTIFY#015#012Supported: replaces#015#012Content-Length: 0#015#012#015
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy  
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy  
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy WAG310G: kernel: ENDPT 0: cnx 0 - set RTP registers and payload types
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy WAG310G: kernel: Setting RTP mode for vhd 0x50 to 1
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy WAG310G: kernel: ENDPT: MODIFY CNX: dsp 0, endpt 0, cnx 0
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy WAG310G: kernel: Switchboard OFF (type Simplex): VHD 0x50/1 with VHD 0x54/0
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy WAG310G: kernel: Setting RTP mode for vhd 0x50 to 4
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy [0: 0]AUD Rel Call
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy CC: Failed w/ Calling
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy [0]->XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX: 5060(620)
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy [0]->XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX: 5060(620)
Jan 13 16:02:19 ACK sip: [email protected] SIP/2.0#015#012Via: SIP/2.0/UDP XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX:5060;branch=z9hG4bK-b632da72#015#012From: 643XXXXXXX <sip:[email protected]>;tag=f68ee401354f522fo0#015#012To: <sip:[email protected]>;tag=as612a86e8#015#012Call-ID: [email protected]#015#012CSeq: 102 ACK#015#012Max-Forwards: 70#015#012Proxy-Authorization: Digest username="643XXXXXXX",realm="italk.co.nz",nonce="27e3cf23",uri="sip:[email protected]",algorithm=MD5,response="4f8fa6b09d2ba7bb6426262a2e5257c8"#015#012Contact: 643XXXXXXX <sip:[email protected]:5060>#015#012User-Agent: Linksys/WAG310G-4.1.12(07011729)#015#012Content-Length: 0#015#012#015
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy  
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy  
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy WAG310G: kernel: ENDPT: DELETE CNX: endpt 0, cnx 0
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy WAG310G: kernel: EnableRelay: VBD mode for endpt 0
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy WAG310G: kernel: ENDPT: DTMF Relay 0, Fax 1
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy WAG310G: kernel: ENDPT: 'HAPINET_MODE' (0x30c2), cnx:0, line:0, hdl:0x50, op1:0x0, op2:0x0
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy WAG310G: kernel: ENDPT: ECAN disabled for endpt 0
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy WAG310G: kernel: HDSP: Static tone 'CUSTOM RINGBACK 1'
Jan 13 16:02:19 cordy WAG310G: kernel:
Jan 13 16:02:20 cordy WAG310G: kernel: HDSP: Static tone 'CUSTOM RINGBACK 1'
Jan 13 16:02:20 cordy WAG310G: kernel:
Jan 13 16:02:20 cordy WAG310G: kernel: HDSP: Static tone 'CUSTOM RINGBACK 1'
Jan 13 16:02:20 cordy WAG310G: kernel:
Jan 13 16:02:21 cordy WAG310G: kernel: HDSP: Static tone 'CUSTOM RINGBACK 1'
Jan 13 16:02:21 cordy WAG310G: kernel:
Jan 13 16:02:21 cordy WAG310G: kernel: HDSP: Static tone 'CUSTOM RINGBACK 1'
Jan 13 16:02:21 cordy WAG310G: kernel:
Jan 13 16:02:22 cordy WAG310G: kernel: HDSP: Static tone 'CUSTOM RINGBACK 1'
Jan 13 16:02:22 cordy WAG310G: kernel:
Jan 13 16:02:22 cordy WAG310G: kernel: HDSP: Static tone 'CUSTOM RINGBACK 1'
Jan 13 16:02:22 cordy WAG310G: kernel:
Jan 13 16:02:23 cordy WAG310G: kernel: HDSP: Static tone 'CUSTOM RINGBACK 1'
Jan 13 16:02:23 cordy WAG310G: kernel:
Jan 13 16:02:23 Sess Terminated
Jan 13 16:02:23 cordy WAG310G: kernel: HDSP: Static tone 'CUSTOM RINGBACK 1'
Jan 13 16:02:23 cordy WAG310G: kernel:
Jan 13 16:02:24 cordy WAG310G: kernel: HDSP: Static tone 'CUSTOM RINGBACK 1'
Jan 13 16:02:24 cordy WAG310G: kernel:
Jan 13 16:02:24 cordy WAG310G: kernel: HDSP: Static tone 'CUSTOM RINGBACK 1'
Jan 13 16:02:24 cordy WAG310G: kernel:
Jan 13 16:02:25 cordy WAG310G: kernel: HDSP: Static tone 'CUSTOM RINGBACK 1'
Jan 13 16:02:25 cordy WAG310G: kernel:
Jan 13 16:02:25 cordy WAG310G: kernel: HDSP: Static tone 'CUSTOM RINGBACK 1'
Jan 13 16:02:25 cordy WAG310G: kernel:
Jan 13 16:02:26 cordy WAG310G: kernel: HDSP: Static tone 'CUSTOM RINGBACK 1'
Jan 13 16:02:26 cordy WAG310G: kernel:
Jan 13 16:02:26 cordy WAG310G: kernel: HDSP: Static tone 'CUSTOM RINGBACK 1'
Jan 13 16:02:26 cordy WAG310G: kernel:
Jan 13 16:02:27 cordy WAG310G: kernel: HDSP: Static tone 'CUSTOM RINGBACK 1'
Jan 13 16:02:27 cordy WAG310G: kernel:
Jan 13 16:02:27 cordy WAG310G: kernel: HDSP: Static tone 'CUSTOM RINGBACK 1'
Jan 13 16:02:27 cordy WAG310G: kernel:
Jan 13 16:02:28 cordy WAG310G: kernel: HDSP: Static tone 'CUSTOM RINGBACK 1'
Jan 13 16:02:28 cordy WAG310G: kernel:
Jan 13 16:02:28 cordy WAG310G: kernel: HDSP: Static tone 'CUSTOM RINGBACK 1'
Jan 13 16:02:28 cordy WAG310G: kernel:
Jan 13 16:02:29 cordy WAG310G: kernel: HDSP: Static tone 'CUSTOM RINGBACK 1'
Jan 13 16:02:29 cordy WAG310G: kernel:
Jan 13 16:02:29 cordy [0]On Hook
Jan 13 16:02:29 cordy [0]On Hook
Jan 13 16:02:29 cordy [0]<<XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX: 5060(517)
Jan 13 16:02:29 cordy [0]<<XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX: 5060(517)
Jan 13 16:02:29 OPTIONS sip: [email protected]:5060 SIP/2.0#015#012Via: SIP/2.0/UDP XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX:5060;branch=z9hG4bK28bfb3e2#015#012From: "italkpbx" <sip:[email protected]>;tag=as31d8f46b#015#012To: <sip:[email protected]:5060>#015#012Contact: <sip:[email protected]>#015#012Call-ID: [email protected]#015#012CSeq: 102 OPTIONS#015#012User-Agent: italk PBX#015#012Max-Forwards: 70#015#012Date: Fri, 13 Jan 2012 03:02:29 GMT#015#012Allow: INVITE, ACK, CANCEL, OPTIONS, BYE, REFER, SUBSCRIBE, NOTIFY#015#012Supported: replaces#015#012Content-Length: 0#015#012#015
Jan 13 16:02:29 cordy  
Jan 13 16:02:29 cordy  
Jan 13 16:02:29 cordy [0]->XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX: 5060(434)
Jan 13 16:02:29 cordy [0]->XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX: 5060(434)
Jan 13 16:02:29 cordy SIP/2.0 200 OK#015#012To: <sip:[email protected]:5060>;tag=4145deeae3a1d55ai0#015#012From: "italkpbx" <sip:[email protected]>;tag=as31d8f46b#015#012Call-ID: [email protected]#015#012CSeq: 102 OPTIONS#015#012Via: SIP/2.0/UDP XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX:5060;branch=z9hG4bK28bfb3e2#015#012Server: Linksys/WAG310G-4.1.12(07011729)#015#012Content-Length: 0#015#012Allow: ACK, BYE, CANCEL, INFO, INVITE, NOTIFY, OPTIONS, REFER#015#012Supported: x-sipura, replaces#015#012#015
Jan 13 16:02:29 cordy  
Jan 13 16:02:29 cordy

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  Reply # 568510 13-Jan-2012 16:40 Send private message

I just finished getting my Spa 2102 all going both as a router ( Nat setting ) and ATA with 2 lines going to handsfree standard phones using italk as the voip provider.
Can you both confirm you have under voice/applications set port 5060 to forward?
 

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  Reply # 568511 13-Jan-2012 16:44 Send private message

If you do have a separate router then you can do it via port triggering. Mine works on both the spa2102 as a router/ata and the netgear router and papt2 . I bought the spa2102 last night as my parents are moving to pukekohe so i am setting up there internet/hone system
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