IV. Voice-over-IP (VoIP)
VoIP FAQ: Using a SIP Server
The following screenshots show typical DrayTEL settings, but check with your VoIP/SIP provider for specific instructions for your model.
Setting up a SIP Server on the Vigor2700V/2800V Series
Setting up a SIP Server on the Vigor3300V Series
Setting up a SIP Server on the Vigor2600V/2900V Series
Setting up a SIP Server on the Vigor2100V/2500V Series
Do NOT use the Proxy field (on the Vigor2100V) unless VoIP doesn't work without; that is typically only needed if you are behind some other firewall, and shouldn't be used otherwise.
Note : You do not have to have a SIP registrar account; you can receive calls directly on your public IP address, or DDNS alias, but we do recommend using a SIP registrar like DrayTEL as it's easier to be dialled and reached, pariticularly if you have a dynamic IP address.
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- First Published: 21/03/2013
- Last Updated: 13/06/2016
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