However, if you'd like to consult the full Cisco document for your version of UC (or something close), refer to the links below: Disclaimer Many of the CLI commands below require that services be reset, will reset the services themselves or require a server reset to be effective.
Some are disruptive and some could be catastrophic.
Hello everyone, I am wondering if anyone here using Optus NBN has managed to successfully configure Optus Vo IP on third party hardware?
EDIT: I have it working now (touch wood) Once you extract the password from the routers config (routerip/main.html) this password is encoded in Base64 so you head over to https:// and decode it to get the real password.
Ignore any funny characters that might appear at the end of the decoded password and your good to go. sip03.yesphone.au (for Queensland)sip02.yesphone.au (for Victoria) sip01.yesphone.au (NSW) For me (in NSW) if I use the DNS address for the SIP Proxy it wouldn't stay registered. I'm now registering with 3rd party hardware no problems at all. On my ATA (SPA3102), I can get incoming calls perfectly – outgoing calls are a bit strange (some work, some don't).
If I instead specified the IP from the config it would work fine - This is with a Fritz Box 7390. I've had to do some tweaking of the settings to get it to this stage with the way NBN is handling Vo IP packets, but I'll post here once I get it running perfectly incase someone else wants to do this in the future.
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