[Blink] SIP2SIP account won't work with Cisco

Tijmen de Mes tijmen at ag-projects.com
Thu Jan 19 18:23:44 CET 2017


If you use sip2sip.info as proxy setting, you should make sure that it uses DNS SRV.

In a cisco 303 I have this setting in the advanced mode in the section 'proxy and registration'.
DNS SRV Auto Prefix and Use OB Proxy In Dialog are also enabled.

The sip port you configured is the local port of the Device. It is not the server port. You should leave it on
5060 which is the default.

Best regards,

Tijmen de Mes
AG Projects

> On 19 jan. 2017, at 13:55, Michael Nagie <promike1987 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello,
> I stuck and I need some help. I bought a Cisco SPA504G in the end and
> I've been configuring SIP2SIP for about 5 hours but I still can't figure
> out what is wrong.
> I tried to follow the description:
> http://sip2sip.info/settings/
> But I'm failed.
> My settings right now are:
> Line Enable: yes
> Sip Transport: TLS
> Sip Port: 443
> Proxy: sip2sip.info
> Register Expires: 3600
> Display name, User ID and Auth ID are my username without @sip2sip.info.
> Password is my passwd.
> And currently the prefered codec is g711u, but I don't think that really
> matters.
> So I get:
> Line SIP2SIP
> Failed (Not Reachable)
> If I change the settings to SIP Transport to UDP 5060 then my line
> button blinks:
> Not Registered(?)
> After a while 'Failed (No response)' then it changes to
> 'Not Registered (No response)'
> Thanks in advance!
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