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Topic # 57489 15-Feb-2010 14:14
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Does any kind person know how to set up X Lite on Orcon ADSL2?

I emailed Orcon and believe it or not, they had never heard of Xlite and couldnt help.

I would appreciate some help

Thanks in advance

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  Reply # 299086 15-Feb-2010 14:31
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XLite is a software (Linux) based SIP VOIP phone package - of course they won't know what it is, nor would they provide technical support for it. Are you on a ADSL2 package that provides VOIP services?




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  Reply # 299087 15-Feb-2010 14:37
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" Are you on a ADSL2 package that provides VOIP services? "

ADSL2 yes

VOIP Services I dont know

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  Reply # 299089 15-Feb-2010 14:43
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Who are you planning on using for your VoIP service?

If you want to use Xlite you need a VoIP provider. You should be addressing configuration with them, not your ISP.

Orcon do not provide a residential SIP VoIP services that will with with Xlite. Your best option is 2talk.




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  Reply # 299090 15-Feb-2010 14:48
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sbiddle: Who are you planning on using for your VoIP service?

If you want to use Xlite you need a VoIP provider. You should be addressing configuration with them, not your ISP.

Orcon do not provide a residential SIP VoIP services that will with with Xlite. Your best option is 2talk.



I thought Orcon was a VOIP provider?

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  Reply # 299094 15-Feb-2010 15:07
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sbiddle: Who are you planning on using for your VoIP service?

If you want to use Xlite you need a VoIP provider. You should be addressing configuration with them, not your ISP.

Orcon do not provide a residential SIP VoIP services that will with with Xlite. Your best option is 2talk.



I thought Orcon was a VOIP provider?


Orcon provide SIP trunks for business customers and provide SIP connectivity for Orcon Homehub's if you're wanting more than a single phoneline. None of this means they directly support Xlite for a softphone.


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  Reply # 299383 16-Feb-2010 01:48
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Thats pretty much what i was saying - you need to get a provider that has this service.. 2Talk or Xnet both provide VOIP Services to residental customers. (Myself being an Xnet customer)




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