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martin 09-07-2006 11:18 AM

Nokia Support
 
VoXaLot has developed a workaround for the NAT issues surrounding the Nokia eSeries phone. If you are interested try these settings:

SIP Settings:

Profile name: VoXaLot
Service profile: IETF
Default access point: <for you to define>
Public user name: sip:xxxxxx@us.voxalot.com <- where xxxxxx is user VoXaLot user name. If you want to use the Australian cluster set to sip:xxxxxx@au.voxalot.com and for Europe set sip:xxxxxx@eu.voxalot.com
Use compression: No
Registration: Always on
Use security: No

Proxy server:

Proxy server address: sip:us.voxalot.com <- If you want to use the Australian cluster set to sip:au.voxalot.com and for Europe set sip:eu.voxalot.com

Note: Older version of firmware require IP addresses. If that is the case use:

Proxy server address: sip:64.34.163.35 <- For the Australian cluster use sip:202.60.75.46 and for Europe use sip:85.17.19.194

Realm: voxalot.com
User name: xxxxxx. <- where xxxxxx is user VoXaLot user name
Password: <your VoXaLot password>
Allow loose routing: Yes
Transport type: UDP
Port: 5060

Registrar server:

Registrar server address: sip:us.voxalot.com <- If you want to use the Australian cluster set to sip:au.voxalot.com and for Europe set sip:eu.voxalot.com
Realm: voxalot.com
User name: xxxxxx. <- where xxxxxx is user VoXaLot user name
Password: <your VoXaLot password>
Allow loose routing: Yes
Transport type: UDP
Port: 5060

Once the eSeries is registered, to test inbounds from any other phone dial any of the SIP Broker access numbers found here:

http://www.sipbroker.com/sipbroker/action/pstnNumbers

At the voice prompt, dial *010xxxxxx <- where xxxxxx is user VoXaLot user name

Your eSeries should ring.

e-series 09-08-2006 04:29 AM

Worked like a charm! Are there any numbers I can use for outgoing test calls?
Thanks!!!
Everything starts with an E
http://www.e-series.org

martin 09-08-2006 06:03 AM

Excellent!

You can dial any SIP Broker (sister service to VoXaLot), VoXaLot or ENUM number. Here are a few:

Echo Test: 600
SIP Broker Test Number: *266300
ENUM Number: 18005551212

You can also dial other VoXaLot members directly by dialling their 6 digit number.

Other SIP Broker numbers can be found here:

http://faq.sipbroker.com/tiki-index....hone%20Numbers

It's probably worth mentioning that this is only the tip of the iceberg :). VoXaLot allows members to add other VoIP providers and define dial plans. This essentially allows the E-Series phones or any WiFi phone for that matter the ability to make VoIP calls from hotspots and WiFi networks to any detination phone (landlines, mobiles, VoIP etc).

For more details visit the tutorials here: http://www.voxalot.com/action/tutorials and read more about the service here: http://voip.wikispaces.com/VoXaLot

harrip 09-09-2006 04:19 AM

Hi

I'm pretty new to this VoIP thing, but have followed the step by step instructions above and am able to receive calls fine to my E61. Cheers for the clear instructions.

However, making calls to the free numbers above does not appear to work. Can you advise, should I be just entering the numbers as written above or adding anything extra? When the call is made the phone displayes, for example, 600@voxalot.com briefly on the screen. The phone beeps a couple of times and then remains silent for a while before saying 'Connection Error'.

Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks.

martin 09-09-2006 05:26 AM

Your right. Looks like you must set:

Proxy server address: sip:64.34.163.35 <-- instead of voxalot.com

Note: If members are closer to the Australian proxy then use these settings:

Proxy server address: sip:202.60.75.46
Registrar server address: sip:voxalot.com.au

All other settings whould remain as documented in the first post.

Edit: typo

harrip 09-10-2006 02:35 AM

Excellent - thank you. Works a treat.

I'm now setting up an account with mynetfone so I can use it for real outgoing calls. Can you advise, when you make a call, what format should the number be? For example, as default, my numbers are stored in my phone in the format +61212341234 - is that appropriate for Voxalot / sip?

Cheers,

Peter

martin 09-10-2006 03:12 AM

You will need to add mynetphone as a provider within VoXaLot. Once added you can add a dial plan entry and have numbers passed to mynetphone in whatever format they need.

You can read how to do this in the VoXaLot tutorials. Let us know how you go.

jyavenard 09-10-2006 05:16 AM

Well, I can get it to register if my nokia has a public IP address. But behind a NAT gateway it will fail to register...

Some problems as I've had registering with my asterisk server

affinity 09-10-2006 07:48 AM

Does the phone have a facility to enter a STUN server at all?

martin 09-10-2006 08:35 AM

@jyavenard the settings should work and handle NAT traversal for most firewalls. What firewall are you attempting access through?


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