The Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is an IETF-defined signaling protocol widely used for controlling communication sessions such as voice and video calls over Internet Protocol (IP). The protocol can be used for creating, modifying and terminating two-party (unicast) or multiparty (multicast) ...

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What switch spec would i need to support 50 SIP extensions

Were a call centre and thinking of moving our phone system to a voip based setup. It seems most advice advises keeping this network seperate from the standard LAN, what switch specification would be ...
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What bandwidth would be required for 55 VOIP Lines And what type of Internet connection

In a call centre environment, what bandwidth would be required for 55 lines? This would be on SIP protocol, would we be best to use G729 codec as i know that our sip provider supports this? What type ...
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How can I check whether port 5060 is open in centos?

How can I check whether port 5060 is open in centos? How can I test if my linux has real a real IP address and I set no iptables blocking rules or is there any tools which I can run in my linux so my ...
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Load balancer + CPU load manager to handle SIP connections?

I no longer have a landline and subscribed to a VoIP provider to have a landline phone number. I prefer to use a softphone (EyeBeam, the commercial version of XLite), but there are times when a call ...
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Workaround for blocking SIP port (5060) by ISP

I found out my ISP is blocking outgoing SIP port (5060) at home. I have a remote Linux server that I can use to listen on different port than 5060 and do the forwarding for the traffic. Not sure what ...
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Cheap VoIP Phone Recommendation [closed]

I'm looking for an inexpensive corded VoIP phone for my home office that supports SIP. I've been using an old Cisco 7905G with SIP firmware but I'm concerned about security considering that it's ...
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SIP and NAT routers?

SIP was not built with NAT routers in mind, and I'd like to get to the bottom of this issue to check what needs to be done on all devices so it works with NAT routers, and understand in what context ...
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Virtual PBX for automated attendant and SIP clients [closed]

I have a task to make our own virtual PBX for automated attendant and SIP clients. Scenario is following: We have our SIP account given from our voice carrier now I want to share these lines with ...
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How to connect a Fritz!Box as a SIP client to Asterisk

My planned setup is as follows: Analog Fax machine -> Fritz!Box -> Asterisk -> Telephone network My problem is, how do I convince the Fritz!Box to connect as a SIP client to my Asterisk instance?
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Obtaining local telephone numbers in the U.S. and worldwide over VoIP/SIP

We have a need to obtain local numbers throughout the U.S. and worldwide terminated at our US headquarters. It looks like this service is only available when using Voice over IP due to regulations on ...
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One way audio on SIP phone on one call direction.. where to look next?

Got 2 SIP gateways (ZultysMX250). Sip trunk between them, they are in separate locations, different subnets 192.168.XX and 192.168.YY connected by IPSec VPN. Some phones work perfectly. But mine... ...
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Skype-SIP gateway

Does anyone know if you can setup a Skype-to-SIP gateway on your network? I tried Uplink, which works wonders, but only on Windows and with Skype on the same machine... It would be awesome if you ...
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How to configure Gizmo5 on Trixbox/Asterisk

Does anyone know how to configure Gizmo5 for use on an Asterisk PBX? Specifically Trixbox if possible. For the life of me I just can't get this to work...
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Is there a stable cross-platform softphone? Or a Linux-only one?

We use an Asterisk based solution as our PBX, and although we've found hardphones work flawlessly, we have yet to find a reliable softphone. The basic requirement is that it allows multiple calls and ...