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  Reply # 104090 10-Jan-2008 21:13
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I got the built in SIP working with the N95, but incoming calls dont work with 2talk.

Talking to the 2talk people its possible because of a routing issue with Vodafone? For the incoming calls 2talk report seeing the packets go off to Vodafone, but nothing coming back....

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  Reply # 104098 10-Jan-2008 21:42
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What Vodafone APN are you using - a NAT one or non NAT?

SIP and NAT just don't get along very well sometimes.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 104106 10-Jan-2008 21:54
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VF NZ Internet is what I used - is that NAT'ed?



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  Reply # 104436 12-Jan-2008 21:24
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I changed my AP name to Internet which allows incoming connections but it still doesnt work.

The 2talk guys traced a inbound call and they could see a "TRYING" reply from the phone, but it never got further than that and my phone never rang.

They could also ping my phone, so it was clearly capable of accepting incoming initated sessions.

I even tried in on a wireless AP at home, and still no inbound calls, so it would appear to be a issue with the SIP on N95 :-(

alas....

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Reply # 104457 12-Jan-2008 23:59
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You need to set up an additional profile for incoming calls to work, it should be on the 2talk forums.

I was hoping to stick up a quick list here but my hard drive (and entire old computer) has just failed and while i'd backed up my important stuff, It'd put the N95 stuff as lower priority and it got trashed :-(

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  Reply # 104465 13-Jan-2008 07:06
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bigal_nz: VF NZ Internet is what I used - is that NAT'ed?


I am using VF NZ Internet as well and this works when in a 3g area but fails when outside 3g.
I cant see anyhere on the phone to edit thes settings, I have
VF NZ Internet
VF NZ Gateway
VF NZ Pxt
Connection
and my WiFi AP

Anyone know which is the correct (non-NAT?) one to use?

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  Reply # 104469 13-Jan-2008 08:36
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bigal_nz: I changed my AP name to Internet which allows incoming connections but it still doesnt work.

The 2talk guys traced a inbound call and they could see a "TRYING" reply from the phone, but it never got further than that and my phone never rang.

They could also ping my phone, so it was clearly capable of accepting incoming initated sessions.

I even tried in on a wireless AP at home, and still no inbound calls, so it would appear to be a issue with the SIP on N95 :-(

alas....

-Al


Actually based on this , it actually looks more like a phone setup issue, as you said the the "Trying" came back from the phone so it can't be a routing issue as if it was you would not have got the "Trying " at all as well as the fact the device has actually registered. A Ping dosn't check the SIP connection so is a bit of a red heering.

For a SIP call the "Invite" is sent to the phone a "Trying" will automatically be sent if there is a SIP agent at the device able to respond, by the looks of this the device is responding but cant locate the device to ring it with a 183 "Ringing"

This is an example of a Call Setup, what you should note is that the Trying is sent within .003 of a second of receiving a Invite, this means that the device has seen the sip message and now needs to alert the phone to ring, in this case it occurs after 1.78 seconds the phone is now ringing, if your device is sending the trying but not the ringing it is most probably your setup I'm afraid,

To find out what is actaully wrong I would need to see the registration trace and the inbound call trace to tell you what is exactly wrong.

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  Reply # 104470 13-Jan-2008 08:43
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paradoxm:

If you got into VZ NZ Internet, you will see access point name: vodafone.net.nz - change this to "Internet" it should be about the 3rd settign down.

Its Under Settings->Connections->Access Points
Also change it under Settings->Cnnections->Packet Data

You shoudl then be able to ping (incomig conection) your phone from your PC.

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  Reply # 104491 13-Jan-2008 10:54
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Well it maybe a incorrect setting on the phone. Heres my settings FWIW:

Profile Name: 2Talk
Service Profile: IETF
Default Access Point: VF NZ Internet
Public User name : sip:0997492xx@2talk.co.nz
Use Compression: No
Registration: When Needed
Use Security: No

PROXY SERVER
Proxy Server Address: sip:2talk.co.nz
Realm: 2talk.co.nz
User Name: 0997492xx
Password: xxxxxx
Allow Loose Routing: Yes
Transport Type: Auto
Port: 5060

REGISTRAR SERVER
Same as Above

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  Reply # 104512 13-Jan-2008 13:07
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Try changing the transport type to UDP and see if that does anything.





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Reply # 104524 13-Jan-2008 15:54
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Tried both TCP and UDP - could only login with UDP, and still no incoming calls :-(



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  Reply # 107753 31-Jan-2008 12:03
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Does this trace help anyone with why my phone is not accepting incoming calls?

No.TimeSourceDestinationProtocolInfo
10192.168.1.142202.180.76.161SIPStatus: 100 Trying
20.727412192.168.1.100213.8.162.208SSLContinuation Data
31.370106192.168.1.100213.8.162.208TCPdonnyworld > https [ACK] Seq=97 Ack=71 Win=65255 Len=0
41.912734202.180.76.161192.168.1.142SIPRequest: OPTIONS sip:099749271@192.168.252.1:5060
52.063326192.168.1.142202.180.76.161SIPStatus: 200 OK
66.84286192.168.1.100147.8.27.216TCPproshare-mc-1 > 22985 [PSH, ACK] Seq=1 Ack=1 Win=64216 Len=4
716.35091202.180.76.161192.168.1.142SIPRequest: CANCEL sip:099749271@192.168.252.1:5060
816.38392192.168.1.142202.180.76.161SIPStatus: 200 OK
916.40539192.168.1.142202.180.76.161SIPStatus: 487 Request Terminated
1016.44084202.180.76.161192.168.1.142SIPRequest: ACK sip:099749271@192.168.252.1:5060
1121.74735192.168.1.100207.46.110.84MSNMSPNG
1222.09193192.168.1.100207.46.110.84TCPvaultbase > msnp [ACK] Seq=6 Ack=9 Win=64392 Len=0
1322.87604192.168.1.11066.186.59.50IRCRequest
1422.87616192.168.1.11066.186.59.50TCPentp > 6667 [FIN, ACK] Seq=8 Ack=1 Win=17164 Len=0
1523.0705166.186.59.50192.168.1.110TCP6667 > entp [FIN, ACK] Seq=1 Ack=8 Win=2920 Len=0
1623.07055192.168.1.11066.186.59.50TCPentp > 6667 [ACK] Seq=9 Ack=2 Win=17164 Len=0
1724.60672192.168.1.11066.186.59.50TCPentp > 6667 [FIN, ACK] Seq=8 Ack=2 Win=17164 Len=0
1824.7471766.186.59.50192.168.1.110TCP6667 > entp [ACK] Seq=2 Ack=9 Win=2919 Len=0

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