Discussion in 'UK VOIP' started by Tim, Apr 12, 2007.

  1. Tim

    Tim Guest


    SPA-1001's are back in stock again.

    The unique point is being able to run 2 SIP accounts on 1 phone for
    inbound and outbound calls.

    Tim, Apr 12, 2007
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  2. Tim

    Jono Guest

    Tim expressed precisely :
    Mine arrived today. Thanks for the speedy service!
    Jono, Apr 13, 2007
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  3. I hope they have better firmware than the 2100 then, which can handle two
    accounts in theory, but gets confused if you try it in practice (refuses
    incoming calls but appears OK because outgoing calls work). Still waiting
    for an upgrade that fixes this...
    Phil McKerracher, Apr 15, 2007
  4. Tim

    Jono Guest

    Phil McKerracher brought next idea :
    I have a 2100 that runs as expected, with no problems. Which firmware
    are you using?

    Mine's Software Version: 2.0.5(a). Never got round to updating it.
    Jono, Apr 15, 2007
  5. Tim

    Tim Guest

    I've never heard anybody say that before.

    Tim, Apr 15, 2007
  6. Mine's running 3.2.5(d) allegedly
    Phil McKerracher, Apr 22, 2007
  7. Tim

    Jono Guest

    Phil McKerracher formulated on Sunday :
    I don't suppose you're trying two simultaneous calls with two accounts
    from the same service provider, are you, by any chance?
    Jono, Apr 22, 2007
  8. Different providers actually, but AFAIK most providers allow simultaneous
    calls anyway, don't they? Indeed, that's one of the big benefits of VoIP
    over POTS.
    Phil McKerracher, Apr 22, 2007
  9. Tim

    Jono Guest

    Phil McKerracher brought next idea :
    Was just thinking aloud, really.

    Got different ports set on each line? Port forwarding correctly? What
    happens if you place the device in your router's DMZ? Are you, in fact,
    using the SPA2100 as a router?
    Jono, Apr 22, 2007
  10. Tim

    Tim Guest

    Different local ports for both lines on SPA devices is important. Loads
    of people think `um, SIP, should be port 5060` and then change the local
    SIP port.

    Tim, Apr 22, 2007
  11. Tim

    Jono Guest

    Tim wrote on 22/04/2007 :
    Absolutely - which, as you know, was why I asked. The 2100 defaults to
    port 5061 on line 2, though.
    Jono, Apr 22, 2007
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