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88fingerslukee

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I have a trial installation of Operator up and running. I want to see if I can set it up with voip.ms (a Canadian SIP provider).

Before I go and pay to setup a number I might not use, can somebody check this out and see if it gives enough info to add it to my box?

http://wiki.voip.ms/article/PBXs

thanks so much,
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[Updated on: Thu, 12 January 2012 22:22]

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Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)

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The documentation talks about using 6-digit identifiers as both an authentication username and external number but the config example for generic Asterisk seems to use an actual external number:

[voipms-inbound]
exten => 7863643011,1,Answer() ;your DID

When configuring the interface in Operator, I would simply use the phone number assigned to you as the external number and the 6-digit ID as the registration username. If this did not work, you could check "User ID differs from the telephone number" and add the 6-digit ID there.

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88fingerslukee

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Thanks Vladimir!

I'll give this a go when I get my phone hardware and report back. If I can get it to work, I'll help you write a setup article for them...if you would like.
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88fingerslukee

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Okay, I got this working just beautifully. I have attached a graphic showing the settings.

Your six-digit account number is your Username. You have to enter the full number including the 1.

If anybody needs any help, let me know.

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88fingerslukee

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I want to add to this topic as I ended up running into some serious problems with Voip.ms. The problems I was having included:

1.) incoming phone calls not terminating all the time. They would work sometimes and not work others
2.) Could not use the initially applied settings (Above) when setting the Device Type to Asterisk/PBX
3.) phone call quality was spotty at best. I attribute this to not being able to set the "Device Type" to the proper setting.

Their support group was entirely unhelpful in getting this set up and I ended up almost cancelling the service and going with the MUCH more expensive Telephonic.ca before I figured this out. I had to configure the server to use Static IP Authentication:

In Voip.MS Control Panel:

1.) Create a new sub-account, mine is my account number with a _01 prefix
2.) Select the options as outlined in the following image:
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In Kerio Operator:

Set it up as seen in the image in the next post (I can only attach one image per message).


Please keep in mind this works for my setup using Kerio Operator, Voip.MS and a PFSense 2.0.0 Router, so your mileage may vary.

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[Updated on: Mon, 29 October 2012 19:09]

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88fingerslukee

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Here is the setup portion for Kerio as mentioned in the previous post:

./fa/2785/0/

Make sure you forward the proper ports (5060 and the RTP ports 10000-20001 (Voip.MS RTP ports) to your Operator server. As well, I would dig the IP Address of the Voip.MS server you are using and allow only that IP address to be forwarded for these ports.

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88fingerslukee

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For proper setup using the Asterisk/PBX Device type and user/pass registration (NOT Static IP Auth)...see the following thread:

http://forums.kerio.com/t/23305//
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