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Topic # 63127 21-Jun-2010 16:31
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I'd really appreciate help with accessing Xnet's VFX VoIP service.

I've purchased a Siemens Gigaset S685 IP Duo phone set and a new Linksys WAG160N ADSL Router. The router has been configured with QoS enabled and SIP-ALG disabled.

I've managed to configure the Gigaset with 2talk and VoIPtalk (UK) with no problems.

I have had one of my numbers ported across to Xnet VFX Asterisk. No matter what I try I get "Registration failed"

S685IP Connections
S685IP VFX Config
I have managed to configure 3CXphone with my VFX settings. With 3CXphone I can make outgoing calls over my VFX IP line but can't receive incoming - I get no such number. If I dial my number on 3CXphone I get number busy (correct!).

On advice from WxC port forwarding for my Gigaset host has been set up for TCP/UDP 8060-8070, TCP/UDP 5060-5065 and UDP 35384-37384.

Any ideas? 

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  Reply # 344049 22-Jun-2010 09:32
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Send me a PM with your details, one thing I do notice from your screenshot is that you are sending 3774xxx when it should be 374xxx as the username.



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  Reply # 344067 22-Jun-2010 10:32
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Oops I never noticed that issue but it's more than like the problem. I got his config working fine on my Gigaset phone.

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  Reply # 344077 22-Jun-2010 10:51
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Thanks Josh and Steve. Changed the phone number back to the correct number but no difference. Cheers,

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Reply # 344080 22-Jun-2010 11:00
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All working fine now! The last thing I did was to set up port forwarding on my WAG160N. Tha nks for spotting the obvious Josh! Thanks again Josh and Steve for your help.

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