[Blink] Incoming VoIP call ring simultaneously all devices possible?...
ag at ag-projects.com
Sun Nov 27 11:11:05 CET 2011
This is a function of the SIP registrar, on the server, not in the client. It is called parallel forking. Most if not all SIP service providers support such feature which is basic SIP functionality. So it is not up to Blink or Snom, is up to the SIP server where they both are registered if the both ring at the same time or in sequence.
The best place to ask would be the forum of the SIP service of the account you have provisioned in Blink and Snom.
On Nov 27, 2011, at 11:02 AM, Daniel Harris wrote:
> Hi Adrian,
> I hope this question isn't too out of scope for this list but perhaps you can point me in the right direction. Thanks!
> I want to get an incoming VoIP call to simultaneously ring on my Snom 870 and Blink Lite on my two Macs. Is this possible?
> I currently have my Snom 870 and two Macs connected into a fast ethernet hub. I tried a switch too but it makes no difference to the outcome.
> An incoming VoIP call will only ever ring on one device at a time it seems. And which device seems to be random as I start and quit Blink – or connect and disconnect the ethernet cable in the case of the Snom 870. Is this the way it has to be or is there a something somewhere in the chain that I can change to get every device to ring?
> I realise that this may not be a Blink issue at all. It could be any combination of my SIP provider, my network setup, hardware and software.
> But any ideas to get me going? Or even best places to ask?
> Cheers Daniel
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