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Topic # 60258 23-Apr-2010 00:11
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Are the Nokia E series (E65, E95 etc) VOIP phones able to register directly with Xnet VFX??

To clarify: I know that it's great if you use Asterix and talk to that, but I'd just like to connect to xnet directly for the moment...

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  Reply # 321927 23-Apr-2010 08:16
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Apply for an Asterisk account, you can use the details in there.




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  Reply # 321953 23-Apr-2010 09:13
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To clarify:
1. I get an asterix account setup
2. I do not install asterix
3. Install truphone on the E65? Or do I just need the Nokia SIP application?
4. I set my phone to use the "asterix" settings

Also, perhaps I'm blind, but I'm having trouble finding asterix instructions on the xnet site...

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 321957 23-Apr-2010 09:28
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There are no Asterisk "instructions" on the xnet site. By signing up for an Asterisk account you will be given the SIP user account details to connect. There is no support provided for Asterisk users.

I'm actually not 100% sure if it does work on the Nokia SIP stack due to the authid issue, have you actually got this going at all Phil?



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  Reply # 325451 30-Apr-2010 22:31
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So let's see if I can get this straight (I'm going to do a little guessing, since typing in a 20 char mixed case alphanumeric user name and password gets tiresome on a number pad) - following http://www.newlc.com/Using-SIP-with-Nokia-Series60-and.html somewhat...:

Profile Name: VFX (my choice)
Service Profile: IETF
Public User Name: 20alphanumeric@pan.wxnz.net
Use Compression: No
Resgistrtion: Always On
Use Security: No

Proxy: None?

Registrar:

Registrar serv. addr: sip:as.wxnz.net
UserName: 20alphanumeric@pan.wxnz.net (or is this meant to be my phone number?)
Password: 20alphapassword
Transport Type : UDP
Port: 5060

Does this look right?  BTW, I'm getting "Not registered" for about .1s before "Registration Failed".
PS I'm trying with an E65 with the latest firmware.

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  Reply # 325465 30-Apr-2010 23:49
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You need to be running asterisk somewhere (Probably at home, but anywhere should work) that the SIP client on your phone runs.

(So no, you can't do what I think you want to do. You have to setup asterisk with your vfx details and then your phone connects to your asterisk server)

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  Reply # 325502 1-May-2010 08:20
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kyhwana2: You need to be running asterisk somewhere (Probably at home, but anywhere should work) that the SIP client on your phone runs.

(So no, you can't do what I think you want to do. You have to setup asterisk with your vfx details and then your phone connects to your asterisk server)


You don't need to run Asterisk - with an Asterisk profile you can connect any SIP device to VFX whether it be a softphone or hardware.

I had a brief play with this as well using a test account and it appears that because WxC use different settings for AUTHID and SIP USERID that this doesn't want to work. I'll debug some traffic sometime next week when I get a chance and look at it.

You do have some of the settings wrong anyway - the public username would need to be your phone number ie 91234567@pan.wxnz.net and without the right realm it won't work either, this possibly needs to be set to xport.co.nz you also need to change the as.wxcnz.net as this is not a publically addressable host.


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  Reply # 325906 3-May-2010 00:46
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sbiddle:

You don't need to run Asterisk - with an Asterisk profile you can connect any SIP device to VFX whether it be a softphone or hardware.



Really? Well now, tha tis interesting. Might have to play wiht the sip client on my winmo phone now..

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