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# 140708 18-Feb-2014 10:09
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Hi Guys,

Just to confirm my suspicions.. Devices like these "Cisco SPA112" Should work on the snap network but are not officially supported by snap.

All that is required is to enter the correct SIP settings etc?

To be more specific this will be behind PFSense for anyone who has any experience on this it would be great to hear from you.

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  # 989585 18-Feb-2014 12:44
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They will work, there will just be zero support for it. And I'm not sure how easy it is to get your SIP credentials from them - i guess you can just ask.

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  # 1023163 10-Apr-2014 22:35
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Clutching at straws here.

Have set it up as it should be with correct usernames, passwors and server settings but I am getting registration failed. Logs Show "SPA112 sprvoip: cmd - 18, response 49" I cannot dig up what this means anywhere.

CSipSimple on my phone shows the status "Error while registering - Unauthorized"

I have contacted Snap twice and confirmed correct usernames and password to no avail.

Can anyone shed some light?


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  # 1023189 10-Apr-2014 23:46
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My Cisco SPA122 is arriving tomorrow and I hope to set it up with Snap. 

If I have any luck I will let you know.

Keep us posted if you have any joy tho.

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