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Topic # 205950 4-Dec-2016 11:18
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Hi All

 

Am trying to get this going with limited success, I am trying to get all phones ringing on an incoming call

 

 

 

Standard ports used 5060

 

SIP ALG is also unticked in the HG659 settings

 

 

 

I have an analog phone hooked up to the HG659 router's ATA phone connector, the voip settings are 2talks and everything works fine

 

when I hook another VOIP phone (grandstream gxp1450), this doesnt ring

 

 

 

Its either 1 or the other working, If I reboot the phone plugged into the HG659 then this rings and the voip phone doesnt ring, if I reboot the voip phone and then this rings but not the other phone plugged into the HG659

 

 

 

I also tried a SPA112 plug the analog phone an the "locate me" feature on 2talk with the "**-1" added on to phone #, this worked yesterday

 

But I tried it today and something must of refreshed overnight and doesnt work now

 

Am I missing a setting somewhere, what else to test?

 

 


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  Reply # 1681985 4-Dec-2016 11:27
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Only the most recent device to register will ever ring.


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  Reply # 1682000 4-Dec-2016 12:20
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I recall having a fiddle withal locate me feature. I have an spa112 for the regular phone and set up a voip client on my mobile with the -1 bit on the number. Couldnt get it to work reliably, so I gave up.

Did you enable the locate me feature in your 2 talk account.

Are others using this ok?




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  Reply # 1682001 4-Dec-2016 12:22
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You're best to grab a Raspberry Pi and configure it with Incredible PBX (Here) then configure your phones with extensions. I have a spare Pi 2 w/ a 16gb Sandisk class 10 SD + case & power supply you can have for $80 shipped if you like? I can preflash it for you too. Just send me a PM.





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  Reply # 1682007 4-Dec-2016 12:38
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Have a look under the options Inbound Calls>Locate Me\One Number.

 

I use One Number and it seem to work ok.

 

 

The 2talk one number service is an enhancement to our Locate Me service. It enables you to have up to 6 devices or phones registered against a single 2talk number at the same time. When someone rings the 2talk number all phones/devices will ring at the same time. A great example of this is if you have 2talkphone (Softphone) and a VoIP handset or dual mode cellphone.

 

Instead of having a 2talk number for your handset/cellphone and another 2talk number for your softphone with Locate Me set up between the two - simply use the same number on both and no matter where you are people will be able to reach you. 2talk One Number is also useful in a small office situation where you have one number and want it to ring all the office phones at once. Of course if you’re away from an area with internet access you can still use the locate me service to have your cellphone or landline ring as well.

 

Here’s how it works

 

First you need to enable the service in 2talk live. Go to the Locate Me/OneNumber screen, tick the box labeled 2talk One Number and then save.
Next setup your devices correctly. You should choose one device as your primary device. In the SIP settings for your primary device enter your 2talk number and password as usual. For each additional device you will need to add a suffix to your 2talk number/login. The suffix will need to take the format of a dash followed by the number 1-5. Each device will need a different number/suffix or else the service won’t work. The password is the same for each device.
The maximum number of devices you can register against one 2talk number is 6 including your primary device
Here’s a sample configuration.
Primary Device - Linksys VoIP handset - Login = 028890123
2nd Device - 2talkphone (Softphone) - Login = 028890123-1
3rd Device - Linksys ATA - Login = 028890123-2
4th Device - Nokia E Series phone - Login = 028890123-3

 

 


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  Reply # 1682035 4-Dec-2016 14:31
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Friends don't let friends run SIP on any Huawei device that has built in ATA. The built in ATA has a tendency to mess with any other SIP device's traffic.




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  Reply # 1682036 4-Dec-2016 14:32
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I tried the enable me feature but like Robjg63 said, wasnt reliable

 

 

 

@michalemurphy - how does your solution work with what I have:

 

1. HGB659->ATA->cordless analog uniden handsets,

 

2. Fixed voip phone (2 lines - line 1 is local number thru 2talk, line 2 is another sip provider for overseas calls


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  Reply # 1682080 4-Dec-2016 17:03
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there is a option in 2 talk to allow this but each number would be configured as a seprate line but for the same number for example 09 123 456 and then the next number will have the -1 then -2 and so on at the end of the number for registration but you must have the 2 talk one number feature enabled not the follow me feature, it is located int he locate me follow me page in 2 talk but its hidden right at the bottom of the page

 

 

 

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  Reply # 1682115 4-Dec-2016 19:54
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These guys are all correct. It's normal for only the most recently registered device for a single SIP registration to ring. You need to take advantage of 2talk's one-number feature and the -1, -2, -3 etc prefixes. Focus your efforts on getting that feature enabled and configured, because that's your only hope of getting it working right. Note that the feature has to be enabled on the live portal to work.

 

Good luck :)


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  Reply # 1682187 4-Dec-2016 22:31
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Also have you got a Static (public) IP address?




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  Reply # 1682272 5-Dec-2016 09:41
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I seem to remember when I enabled the One-number option it may have taken a while before it worked properly. Maybe some batch process has to run at 2talk's end.  

 

Once it is working you should see you multiple devices listed on you settings page:-

 

 

It works for me without a static IP address.


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