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plusnet Voip+Android+over 3g and wfif hotspots?

pint
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plusnet Voip+Android+over 3g and wfif hotspots?

Is it possible?
i downloaded an android app called 3cx, and after a bit of faffing around with various settings i managed to make it work, but it only works when the phone is connected to my home wifi network.
When its relying on 3G, or another wifi network it registers, but will only work one way, ie, i can speak but i cant hear the other caller.
I tried the fring set up as described  here https://voip.plus.net/login/fring but as soon as i enter my phone number ( and tick the T&C box) it goes to this web page
https://reg.fring.com/app/newproc.php which states...
Unable to connect
       
       
          Firefox can't establish a connection to the server at reg.fring.com.
       
       
       
  The site could be temporarily unavailable or too busy. Try again in a few
    moments.
  If you are unable to load any pages, check your computer's network
    connection.
  If your computer or network is protected by a firewall or proxy, make sure
    that Firefox is permitted to access the Web.
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Re: plusnet Voip+Android+over 3g and wfif hotspots?

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When its relying on 3G, or another wifi network it registers, but will only work one way, ie, i can speak but i cant hear the other caller.

Have you got the outbound proxy set correctly , natproxy.plus.net:5082. It should be ok on other wifi networks but 3g connections are unlikely to work very well, if at all. Usually the latency on 3g networks is too bad for voip even if the network doesn't block the traffic ( some do ! ).
puddy
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Registered: 10-06-2007

Re: plusnet Voip+Android+over 3g and wfif hotspots?

Quote from: pint
i downloaded an android app called 3cx, .
When its relying on 3G, or another wifi network it registers, but will only work one way 

Who's your 3G provider?
Puddy