All About Symbian - Nokia (S60) and Sony Ericsson (UIQ) smartphones unwrapped

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Old 04-05-2008, 12:27 PM
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how to setup voip calling

Make sure the voip settings are on the phone vodafone and orange delete them so you have the option of
a.fring
b. debrand and update firmware

This is NOT skype

Make sure your wireless router has connection with your phone first

setup a sipgate


tools> settings> connection >sip settings >options >new sip profile


Profile Name: Sipgate
Service Profile: IETF
Default Access Point: <yourwireless network name>
Public User name: sip:<sipnumber>@sipgate.co.uk
Use compression: No
Registration: Always on
Use Security: No
next

Proxy Server

Proxy Server Address: sip:sipgate.co.uk
Realm: sipgate.co.uk
username: <your sipgate user id>
password: <your sipgate password>
Allow loose routing: Yes
Transport Type: UDP
Port: 5060
hit back key and scroll down until you see>Registrar Server

Regsitrar server address: sip:sipgate.co.uk
Realm: sipgate.co.uk
Username: <your sipgate user id>
Password: <your sipgate password>
Transport Type: UDP
Port: 5060

To activate your profile, first return to the main menu of the Nokia. Change the menu item called "Connection / Web-Tel.". There you can see the profile you created earlier and the connection status of the profile. Should this not show as active, go into "Connection status" then into "Options". Select "Open" and this will show the default profile. Press on "Options" again and click "Change". Now you can change the status from "not connected", to "connected".

next to get incoming calls go tools> settings >phone >call barring >internet call barring set Anonymous call barring to OFF

Hit back key 3 times then exit
wait 1 minute to let the phone register and then dial 10000

Some isp like F9/plusnet give you 240 min free voip calls so ask your isp first

all offer free sip to sip calls and you can have more than 1 voip account and more than 1 phone with the same settings. Both will ring and you can make an out going call on the other sip phone.

Sipgate use 0845 numbers for incoming calls so they dont come out of any free allowances and they cost more to to dial

puddy
ps tested on e65, n82, n95 and n95 8gb
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