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Topic # 80484 31-Mar-2011 21:03
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I am trying to connect a vfx viop direct to a softphone app on iphone, I have run Bria & 3CX with 2talk over 3g not a problem and have now just signed up and ported a number to vfx open service.
I have spent hours reading posts on softphones with vfx & getting mixed ideas...

I have no luck getting Bria or 3cx to connect to vfc. Has anyone had any luck with this or any other apps??

I understand there is no support with vfx on an open service, are there settings that are requierd that these apps i have do not support???

Any help would be appreciated!


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  Reply # 453954 31-Mar-2011 21:34
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No idea about the 3CX softphone but I've heard Bria works fine. You should only need the SIP proxy, User ID, AuthID and password.

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  Reply # 454005 1-Apr-2011 05:53
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I run Bria on my IPhone works perfectly well,

if you can show your settings this will help, but this should be what you need, auth name and pass are obvioulsy just an example

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  Reply # 454301 1-Apr-2011 18:00
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Thanks for your post,

I have the following settings...

Bria User details
Account Name = (VFX  Username)
Display as = ( vfx)
Username = (VFX  Username)
Password = (VFX  Secret)
Domain = (pan.wxnz.net)

Account advance
Out proxy = (pan.wxnz.net)
Auth Name = (VFX Registraion Details)
Send DTF using =(RFC 2833)
Global IP = (on)
Global IP 3g = (on)
Use tei uri =  (off)
Sip transport = (UDP)
Encrypt Audio = (never)

Sip Registration
Incoming calls = (on)
single register = (off)
refresh interval = (180

UDP keep alive
WIFI = (30)
Cell Interval = (9)

Advance settings
Current Strategy = (default Config)
Use Vpn in active = (off)
Voice Activity Detection = (on)
Noise Reduction = (on)
QOS = (off)

Verify TLS cert = (on)
Support RPort = (on)
Support PRack = (on)
Verbose Logging = (off)

how does this look??

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  Reply # 454315 1-Apr-2011 18:49
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follow what I have in the above example just change the user name which will be your Phone number 9xxx xxxx , authid and pass will be what was supplied, set domain as pan.wxnz.net and set register domain not proxy and see how you go.




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  Reply # 454338 1-Apr-2011 20:04
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oh fantastic, it has worked. I have a differnt screen to what you posted. The problem was the "Auth Name" is my username from VFX!! i had tryed everthing elce but that...

just got to sort out why i can receive calls but not able to dial out on WIFI, i have opened up ports 5000 - 5500.

Any tips on what elce to look for or do....??

Thanks for your help so far.

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  Reply # 454351 1-Apr-2011 20:26
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Your device is registered , otherwise you would not receive calls so not a problem with the ports I would say, a bit unusual not to be able to dial out with Bria once registered ..... Do you get any other symptoms , RvA,s , errors messages etc ?




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  Reply # 454356 1-Apr-2011 20:48
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i am running it on 3g fine... when i dial out on wifi it does nothing then gives me a an error "request time out 408" buts it still holds its registration.

also whats the max sip refreash interval time for vfx??

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  Reply # 455471 5-Apr-2011 12:03
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Can anyone with VFX do this or are there some settings on the VFX side that need to be changed first?

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  Reply # 455473 5-Apr-2011 12:07
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you have to have an open Vfx account to do this, if you have a VFX certified device then the account is locked to the devices mac address.

Pretty simple to get an open VFX account and you will get all the details sent tto yoi in an email, users names , basic settings and passwords etc, up to you to set up your preferred device then, one device per account though as you can not run the same account on 2 devices at the same time as they will knock each other off the air.




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