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#112695 17-Dec-2012 18:34
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Hi all,

I have a Cisco 7940 phone which I have been told dont play well with SIP. I had it working well with 2talk but after a few months of non use (and in that time I went to 2talk plus and a fiber connection) I plugged it in to use it again, still with 2talk.

I now get a very annoying cut out every few seconds during a call.

To rule out 2talk as the culprit, does anyone feel like letting me try it out with their account breifly, which should not be a 2talk account.

PM me if you can help.

Thanks

-Al

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  #733800 17-Dec-2012 18:43
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Lots of free SIP providers around.... I know I have a Gizmo SIP account if they still exist....







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  #733801 17-Dec-2012 18:44
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Oops. Gizmo was shut down 18 months ago...







 
 
 
 




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  #733817 17-Dec-2012 19:32
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Can you think of any others?

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  #733825 17-Dec-2012 19:39
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I find it hard to believe that 2 talk would be the culprit. All the trouble I have seen around here have been hardware issues rather than the 2talk platform.

Cheers, Matt.




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  #739258 1-Jan-2013 22:57
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for free sip servers try this link http://www.cs.columbia.edu/sip/servers.html.
The voice drop out is possibly QOS, Packet Compression, or somthing simalar.




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