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Topic # 57753 23-Feb-2010 19:25
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I have a spa2102 and I can make calls but can't receive calls.


Have to post this before it expirers

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  Reply # 301626 23-Feb-2010 19:37
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froging: I have a spa2102 and I can make calls but can't receive calls.



Have you ever been able to receive calls?
Is your unit registering with your SIP provider?


Have to post this before it expirers



What's going to expire?



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  Reply # 301628 23-Feb-2010 19:38
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Has anyone set up a spa2102 to work with SipGate ViOP service

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 301630 23-Feb-2010 19:40
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I did a post yesterday and was told when I asd how I find it that I may have taken to long to post it



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  Reply # 301632 23-Feb-2010 19:41
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Yes I use SipGate.com and only used it as a softphone I got a spa2102 and can only receive calls



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  Reply # 301636 23-Feb-2010 20:01
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Here is what I posted cause I posted it at another site. I feel like an iddit. Well here we go.

OK so says I can't reply cause other posts to old. I use sipgate VoIP softphone. I got a Clearwire spa2102-sf phone router and unlocked it YES BUT after setting all these (setting see below up except 2 that marked ***) I can call out, but can not receive calls in. I get message "THIS IS NOT A WORKING NUMBER" when I return call from Cellphone caller ID.

the 2 marked *** I can't find. Now I had to take out clearwire config ?????. Is there a sipgate config ?????? I have to replace it with where I took out CW.

Domain/Realm: sipgate.com ***
SIP Proxy: sipgate.com
Outbound Proxy: sipgate.com
STUN-Server: stun.sipgate.net
STUN-Port: 10000 ***
Register Expire Time: 600 Seconds
Username: SIP ID
Authorization User: SIP ID (e.g. 1234567e0)
SIP-Password: your SIP-Password

I have set this box back to factory setting like five times.

For right now I went to sipgate set Caller ID to cellphone so when I call someone the caller ID shows my cell number not my sipgate number.

I'm unemployed and all 75 to 100 resume's, coverletters, lots of follow up letters and applacations have this sipgate phone number on it. PLEASE SOMEONE HELP.

FROGing Fully Relying On God

I have a Linksys wrt54g wireless router inline between Comcast Broadband modem and the spa2102.



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  Reply # 301653 23-Feb-2010 20:55
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Home Network

Broadband modem
WRT54G Linksys Wireless w/ 4 Router Ports
Wireless 1 laptop

Port 1 spa2102
***Linux Desktop***

Port 2 IBM comp Desktop

Port 3 WRT54SG Linksys Wireless w/ 4 Router Ports
***Port 1-4 open / wireless 4 laptops and 1 printer***

Port 4 Open


I live in a house with 5 other house mates.
we have 2 wireless routers working 1 on one side of the house 1 on other. Both are secured.
SoftPhone = Phone software on internet use headphones and microphone.

I have a tag into SipGate tech just found out from a fried my phone has not worked on incoming calls for like a couple months he thought I disconnected it.

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  Reply # 301654 23-Feb-2010 21:02
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Sorry - please break this down for me - first you state you can't receive calls, then you state you can only receive calls?

1/ Did you enter the details that you have for SIPGate into you r SPA2102?
2/ Can you receive calls on your softphone?
3/ Can you make calls on your softphone?


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  Reply # 301684 23-Feb-2010 22:29
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froging: Home Network

Broadband modem
WRT54G Linksys Wireless w/ 4 Router Ports
Wireless 1 laptop

Port 1 spa2102
***Linux Desktop***

Port 2 IBM comp Desktop

Port 3 WRT54SG Linksys Wireless w/ 4 Router Ports
***Port 1-4 open / wireless 4 laptops and 1 printer***

Port 4 Open


I live in a house with 5 other house mates.
we have 2 wireless routers working 1 on one side of the house 1 on other. Both are secured.
SoftPhone = Phone software on internet use headphones and microphone.

I have a tag into SipGate tech just found out from a fried my phone has not worked on incoming calls for like a couple months he thought I disconnected it.



Any chance you can put this into a diagram?  I suspect you might be suffering from NAT upon NAT ...

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