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Topic # 67150 29-Aug-2010 12:01
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Hi "World",

Setting up some World Exchange SIP, very difficult to get the "correct" registration information from our friends at WX.

Got to a point where the system achieves registration with The number is fully provisioned so I should be able to make outgoing/incoming calls.

Can someone help me?? I need the format WEX required for the SIP header and format that’s required for the Calling and Called party for outbound calls?

Additional, the format of the domain information in SIP Header for outbound calls (Specifically what WX are you expecting the FROM: domain on the out bound call to read as? )

I am using G.729 exclusively and configuring for UDP for voice.

Seems only asterisk information is all WX supports.





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  Reply # 378866 11-Sep-2010 22:00
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I reckon you should have a fallback to non-proprietary protocols as well. Good luck!

Qualified in business, certified in fibre, stuck in copper, have to keep going  ^_^

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