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More than 1 voip provider using 1 telephone



 
 
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Old June 5th 05, 06:03 PM posted to uk.telecom.voip
Chris
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Hi

I have a Grandstream 286 adaptor.

Is there any way of setting it up so that, for example
- incoming calls come through using sipgate account
- outgoing calls are made on voipbuster account

This seems possible on x-lite software.

I'm wondering if this can be achieved with an ATA adaptor and how?

Many thanks


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Old June 5th 05, 06:10 PM posted to uk.telecom.voip
Dave Gill
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Chris wrote:

I have a Grandstream 286 adaptor.

Is there any way of setting it up so that, for example
- incoming calls come through using sipgate account
- outgoing calls are made on voipbuster account

This seems possible on x-lite software.

I'm wondering if this can be achieved with an ATA adaptor and how?


Not with the GS HT-286. You need something like the GS HT-496, or
(better still) a Sipura 1001 (two VoIP lines to one phone) or Sipura
2000 (two VoIP lines to two phones).

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Old June 6th 05, 10:29 AM posted to uk.telecom.voip
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Default More than 1 voip provider using 1 telephone

I have a Grandstream 286 adaptor.

Is there any way of setting it up so that, for example
- incoming calls come through using sipgate account
- outgoing calls are made on voipbuster account

This seems possible on x-lite software.

I'm wondering if this can be achieved with an ATA adaptor and how?


You could use sip control messages to redirect your sipgate account to your
voipbuster account (assuming this is sip also)
there is a program out there called sipsak (I'm using it on linux but I
think there was a windows version):

Then issue a command like this periodically:
sipsak -U -C destination eg: sip:[email protected] -a your password -x
seconds -s source eg:

I use 86400 for the seconds (one day), but renew every hour just incase.


 




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