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#61123 10-May-2010 12:15
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I posted this in the Callplus section, but as there does not seem to be any 2Talk realted chatter there, I thought I would post here. I would like to find any details around setting up a 3CX pbx with 2talk. There is only the barest of mentions on the 2talk forums, but sounds like a company trying to sell the installation services. Anyone able to provide some info?

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  #328492 10-May-2010 14:04
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Config should be fairly straight forward with the basic 2talk settings. From memory 3CX really only asks for the SIP proxy, username and password.



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  #328631 10-May-2010 17:45
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yeah it appeared to be so - however my trunk status in 3cx says "registered" but when I login to 2talk live - I see that the number is "offline".

I can make outgoing calls ok, provided I setup an appropriate outbound rule, but I cannot receive an incoming call... I have checked nat firewall etc, by temporarily putting box on a dmz - but didn't seem to help..

 
 
 
 


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  #328638 10-May-2010 18:01
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Ahh.. some of the SIP fields may need remapping to support inbound calls. When I was playing with it I found this was required with some VoIP providers.

Unfortunately 3CX isn't really of any interest to me any longer so I wouldn't waste any time playing with it without payment! :-)

IMHO PBX'nSIP is a better Windows product.






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  #328650 10-May-2010 18:23
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Fair call.
Thanks for the heads up on pbxnsip - looks good. Only thing missing, that I really like in 3cx, is the TAPI driver, that I can use for Click to Call in my CRM and Outlook...



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  #329580 12-May-2010 23:13
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Found a wiki with the 2talk profile, in case anyone is interested. worked fine for me.

http://wiki.3cx.com/voip-provider/3rd-party-supported

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