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  1. BYOD and Unneeded Grandstream ATA after First Use

    For those of you doing BYOD, what are you doing with the ATA VOIPo sent you? Has it become a “tech” coaster for your beverage? Have any of you returned it back to VOIPo?!? Mine is currently...
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    Re: Android 4.4.2 SIP setup

    I had this exact same issue with my Nexus 5 (N5) and T-Mobile. Calls are great over LTE, but to get this to work I had to change the APN protocol from IPv6, which is the default, to IPv4. I don’t...
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    Re: BYOD Users: Testing Michigan Datacenter

    Moved to a new home office this morning—I now have Comcast and had CenturyLink prior—and I have been having issues registering so I figured I’d come over to the forums to see if there were other...
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    Re: BYOD Call Reception Latency

    Brandon,

    Thank you again for assisting me with this issue and providing me direction. I began logging my SIP traffic and, when this issue occurs, VOIPo sends three INVITES and my BYOD device...
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    Re: BYOD Call Reception Latency

    My BYOD phone shows I received the call at 12:51 MDT, but I do not have a log of the invites. I will start logging this and when the issue happens again, I’ll provide you with more detail. Thank...
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    Re: BYOD Call Reception Latency

    Thanks for the prompt reply! The last call that exhibited this behavior was 1057943953_4949030@192.168.27.84.
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    BYOD Call Reception Latency

    Over the last couple of months, I have increasing been running into an issue where a call will come into my BYOD device, but, when I answer the call, the connection times out. Alongside this issue,...
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    Re: Favorite Mobile Apps

    I use the native SIP/Internet Calling client built into Android.
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    Call Completion Times

    In the past, when I finished dialing, it would consistently take anywhere from one to six seconds before the call began ringing the other party. Now/in the past month, the ringing often happens...
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    Re: Recent BYOD Server Changes and QoS

    I use the stock Android JB SIP client--and it has its fair share of pros and cons--though I understand serious SIP users tend to go with CSipSimple.
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    Re: Recent BYOD Server Changes and QoS

    I concur with this. The main reason I use QoS is to insure VoIP does not compete with other traffic leaving my network.


    I concur with this too, but my softphone does not allow me to set the UDP...
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    Re: Return ATA to voipo if using BYOD?

    For what it’s worth, at this time, I only use the ATA for Caller ID integration with my DVR. (I find it helpful and my girlfriend though it was neat that calls to my “cell phone” (softphone)...
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    Recent BYOD Server Changes and QoS

    To get the best possible VOIPo service, I have configured QoS on my router for VOIPo. I have been doing this for quite a while now and it has worked flawlessly until recently. My QoS configuration...
  14. Thread: SIP over TCP

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    Re: SIP over TCP

    I guess you have a point here/I didn’t realize Asterisk could be used for signaling only. I might revisit my options here and the idea of setting up a small Asterisk VM on my ESXi box at home.
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  15. Thread: cell phone

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    Re: cell phone

    I have a legacy Nokia E51. While I no longer use it, it mostly worked fine with VOIPo when I did. That said, in some ways the quality of SIP calls on the E51 was better than the quality of SIP...
  16. Thread: SIP over TCP

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    Re: SIP over TCP

    Okay Tim—thanks for chiming in/the official response.
  17. Thread: SIP over TCP

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    Re: SIP over TCP

    I’m aware of this, but this is not an ideal solution (a home Internet connection is generally not business class, latency and jitter will likely go up, a single Asterisk box is not fault tolerant and...
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    Re: beta.voipo.com still running?

    No problem logging in here…
  19. Re: vPanel 2.0 - "SIP Address" vs. "Softphone / BYOD"?

    Your SIP address is your SIP phone number—meaning, anyone using SIP should be able to call you directly using that address and bypass the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN).
  20. Thread: SIP over TCP

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    SIP over TCP

    Any chance we’ll see this in the near future? The reason I ask is because, particularly with “smartphones” and 4G becoming more prolific, there are many advantages to SIP over TCP. These include,...
  21. Thread: Android and Voipo

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    Re: Android and Voipo

    To configure this on my phone, I, basically, go to the Dialer, Settings, Accounts and create the account—and screenshots of how my account is configured are at...
  22. Thread: Android and Voipo

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    Re: Android and Voipo

    I’ll try to post some screenshots at my next opportunity—perhaps later today.
  23. Thread: Android and Voipo

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    Re: Android and Voipo

    For the most part, I have no issue making or receiving calls using the built-in client in ICS—the quality is generally good (particularly since VOIPo replaced their BYOD server). That said, have you...
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    Re: BYOD on Android ICS

    Don't know/haven't looked/can't really look right now, but the current configuration/solution works.
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    Re: BYOD on Android ICS

    I use both the ATA and the smartphone--ATA using the built-in configuration and the smartphone using the BYOD configuration. Both ring simultaneously when a call comes in and I can answer either to...
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