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Topic # 115072 12-Mar-2013 21:37
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Perhaps I'm not looking in the right place, or closely enough, but I couldn't find the generic 2talk SIP settings clearly listed on their support site.

I see setup guides for a range of specific devices, but I assume that these aren't the only devices that will work with 2talk? Is there a full list of generic settings somewhere?

I will be bringing an iiNet BoB Lite (same thing as an Orcon Genius Lite) back to NZ shortly and I am interested in signing up with 2talk for VOIP - the modem allows configuration of 3rd party VOIP providers.

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  Reply # 781191 13-Mar-2013 18:31
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SIP only requires either 3 or 4 settings to work. These are the only things that are "generic"

SIP Proxy
SIP UserID
SIP Password
SIP AuthID if used (not used by 2talk)

These 3 settings are all sent when you sign up for an account.

Everything else such as device config, impedence settings, and ring tones are device specific.





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  Reply # 781364 14-Mar-2013 02:33
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Great, that's all I needed to know. Thanks.

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