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Cisco 7912G and Freevoipdeal

Hi,

I have a Cisco 7912G that a bought to my companny, but i can't configure it on freevoipdeal.

So the configurations on freevoipdeal page are:

SIP port : 5060
Registrar : sip.freevoipdeal.com
Proxy server : sip.freevoipdeal.com
Outbound proxy server : leave empty
Account name : your FreeVoipDeal username
Password : your FreeVoipDeal password
Display name/number : your FreeVoipDeal username or voipnumber
Stunserver (option) : stun.freevoipdeal.com

So on my device page i have:

And i cant have a connection to make a call.

Can any one help me with this?

Regards,

Celso M.

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New Member

Re: Cisco 7912G and Freevoipdeal

So on my device page i have:

Conf SIP 7912.jpg

Hall of Fame Super Gold

Cisco 7912G and Freevoipdeal

Go to www.voip-info.org.

New Member

Re: Cisco 7912G and Freevoipdeal

Hi Leo Laohoo,

That website doen't have any information about my question.

Tks.

Hall of Fame Super Gold

Cisco 7912G and Freevoipdeal

That website doen't have any information about my question.

The website, www.voip-info.org, will teach you how to configure your phone.

The solution you are trying to achieve is "not supported" because it does not involve Cisco's CallManager portfolio and you're running SIP on your phone.

New Member

Re: Cisco 7912G and Freevoipdeal

Leo Laohoo,

Yes but the firmware are from Cisco.

But i can use that solucion on phone (Phone connected on freevoipdeal directly) or i have allways to use asterisk to connect the phone to freevoipdeal?

All configurations are ok and i cant make any call, so i think that something are missing.

Regards,

CM

Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: Cisco 7912G and Freevoipdeal

Yes but the firmware are from Cisco.

I understand what you are saying.  I share your helplessness.  But search throughout this forum and you'll see the same "theme" or response:  If you load SIP in your 79XX phones, you are on your own.

This is why I'm re-directing you to other website which has seen documented successes in configuring 79XX in SIP without Cisco CallManagers.

FYI:  I've got several 79XX phones (including a 7971) which are running SIP and using an Asterisk/FreePBX (hosted in a Raspberry Pi) WORKING at home.  I got my setup working just by patiently going through www.voip-info.org.

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