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tekkno
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      04-17-2004
I decided to get the IP2006 'phone from Solwise for my Voip as I am
anxious to make people take this up as a viable alternative to PSTN,
however i am having some configuration issues (lack of info/stupidity
and "not quite clear" manual). I need the sip server address, as an ip
addy, not just sippproxy.gradwell.net, the best i can do is
193.111.200.11
is this correct?
Also, although i can actually make calls, i am not registered on the
system, the message is "register failed". Any clues anyone?

graham.
 
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tekkno
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      04-17-2004
As a follow up, i managed to make some (very good quality) 'phone
calls this afternoon but i have now buggered the settings up, again.
My main issue was that although i am (was) able to make calls, the
'phone wasn't registering on the network so i wasn't able to call in
from the PSTN. Now i am unable to do anything. Before i reset back
to default settings i thought i would put a screenshot up of my
settings and see if anyone has any ideas. The jpg can be found here:
http://pointzero.org.uk/settings.jpg
Thanks in advance for your time. Also, it works fine if i fire up
x-lite so it is definately me.

graham.
 
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      04-18-2004
tekkno wrote:
> As a follow up, i managed to make some (very good quality) 'phone
> calls this afternoon but i have now buggered the settings up, again.
> My main issue was that although i am (was) able to make calls, the
> 'phone wasn't registering on the network so i wasn't able to call in
> from the PSTN. Now i am unable to do anything. Before i reset back
> to default settings i thought i would put a screenshot up of my
> settings and see if anyone has any ideas. The jpg can be found here:
> http://pointzero.org.uk/settings.jpg
> Thanks in advance for your time. Also, it works fine if i fire up
> x-lite so it is definately me.
>
> graham.


Call Solwise Tech Support. If they refuse to help a
paying customer I suspect your in for a long road.

 
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tekkno
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      04-18-2004
On Sun, 18 Apr 2004 15:07:29 -0400, SPD <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:

>tekkno wrote:
>> As a follow up, i managed to make some (very good quality) 'phone
>> calls this afternoon but i have now buggered the settings up, again.
>> My main issue was that although i am (was) able to make calls, the
>> 'phone wasn't registering on the network so i wasn't able to call in
>> from the PSTN. Now i am unable to do anything. Before i reset back
>> to default settings i thought i would put a screenshot up of my
>> settings and see if anyone has any ideas. The jpg can be found here:
>> http://pointzero.org.uk/settings.jpg
>> Thanks in advance for your time. Also, it works fine if i fire up
>> x-lite so it is definately me.
>>
>> graham.

>
> Call Solwise Tech Support. If they refuse to help a
>paying customer I suspect your in for a long road.


I think Steve is very good with his support, thing is i want it to
work over the weekend, they are closed
I now have the 'phone working fine, just that it "logs off" the
system, or rather, when i dial it returns "callsent" and nothing else,
This only happens though if i am logged into the system for some time.
I think it is prolly software.

graham.

 
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