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grandstream budgettone phone setup

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grandstream budgettone phone setup

Tried plustalk using the xlite software and very hit and miss reception. Not reliable enough for serious use. So 'borrowed' a phone from work.
The setup is asking for the following;

SIP Server: (e.g., sip.mycompany.com, or IP address)
Outbound Proxy: (e.g., proxy.myprovider.com, or IP address, if any)
SIP User ID: (the user part of an SIP address)
Authenticate ID: (can be identical to or different from SIP User ID)

I've tried various here, including for sip user id, my 6 digit number and 'plustalk'. Using sip.force9.net for the sip server and nothing for proxy though tried sip.force9.net again.

If any one can help would be greatful.

Jason
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grandstream budgettone phone setup

I too have a grandstream Budge Tone 100. Received it yesterday and set it up no problem.
Sip Server:- sip.force9.net
Outbound proxy:- sip.force9.net
Sip user id:- 20xxxx (your six digit plustalk number)
Authenticate id:- 20xxxx (your six digit plustalk number)

If you are using it behind a NAT router you also have to set the NAT traversal to Yes and put in the uri of a stun server I used stun.voipuser.org but any can be used.
Also make sure the ip addresses of the default router and the DNS servers are set correctly in the Basic settings page.

Nigel
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grandstream budgettone phone setup

Thanks for that Nigel, didnt work at first but when I set the NAT settings as you suggested it worked after a few minutes.

Made my first call and quality is good.