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Setup Plustalk as Gateway on Linksys Sipura SPA3102?

waitenet
Dabbler
Posts: 21
Registered: 02-08-2007

Setup Plustalk as Gateway on Linksys Sipura SPA3102?

Hi

I have Sipgate configured for my incomming calls, but want to configure plustalk to handle outgoing calls on my Linksys Sipura SPA3102.

I have found that it is possible to do this using gateway accounts, I have set the system up so that if I dial #1 then dial a number it will go through my plustalk account.

The problem is that I dial #1 I hear a different dial tone, then I dial the number and nothing happens, all I hear is silence, the phone I am calling does not ring and the call is not registered, on my plustalk account.

My settings are as follows:


Gateway Accounts
Gateway 1:sip.plus.net
GW1 NAT Mapping Enable: yes
GW1 Auth IDSadmy plustalk number) eg. 12345678, I have also tried plustalk
GW1 Password:normal plusnet password

Dial PlanSad*xx|[3469]11|0|00|[2-9]xxxxxx|1xxx[2-9]xxxxxxS0|xxxxxxxxxxxx|<#1,:>[*x]x.<:@gw1>.)

I have forwarded UDP:5060 from my Netgear DG834G router to my Linksys SPA3102 adapter.

Hope someone can tell me where I am going wrong on this one.

Regards

Chris
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waitenet
Dabbler
Posts: 21
Registered: 02-08-2007

Setup Plustalk as Gateway on Linksys Sipura SPA3102?

After hours of trying I finally sorted it for future reference here are the setting i put in the gateway.

Gateway Accounts
Gateway 1:myplustalk number@sip.plus.net
GW1 NAT Mapping Enable: yes
GW1 Auth IDSadmy plustalk number)
GW1 Password:normal plusnet password

Also put in a Stun (stun.sipgate.co.uk) server in the SIP page and enabled Stun Server to YES