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Topic # 97649 18-Feb-2012 15:59
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Hi

Can anyone help me?? I struggling to set my voip up, which is provided by world exchange. I have a netcomm nb16wv which is unsupported by W/E

netcomm have a set up page to link the modem to world exchange via entering several settings.

They are asking for more setting than world exchange can provide.

They have asked for a

Sip proxy
Proxy Domain
Outbound proxy
user name and password

World exchange have provided proxy. 2 uers names and 2 passwords

When  reading a generic guidelines provided by netcomm to set this up once i've entered the information in several diferent formats i'll still can't register the device.

Can anyone help??????


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  Reply # 583226 18-Feb-2012 16:08
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You need to enter your AuthID somewhere. I have no idea if the Netcomm device support this, 99% of hardware and software supports SIP AuthID but there is some devices that don't.



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