I've got a 1750 that has a dual FXS VIC in it. What I would like to do is have this router register itself with a SIP server like Vonage has their ATA-186s. But, I'm hitting a road block. Can anyone give me a map?
Well the simple truth is you cannot have the 1750 Register with the SIP Proxy server. the 1750 is a gateway and not and endpoint like the ATA 188. So it wont actually register. You should however be able to make calls out using the 1750 if you create a voip dial peer and point it to the proxy server.
dial-peer voice 1 voip
session protocol sipv2
session target sip-server
Thatll take care of your outbound. Now on the inbound make two pots dial peers, one for each port.
dial-peer voice 2 pots
destination pattern 1234
dial-peer voice 3 pots
Now how will the Vonage proxy know to send the call to you if your device is no registered. You can ask vonage that one, ofcourse youll probably get an answer that we dont support that. But you can try uyour luck. Im not sure how vonage sets up their hosted solution, but it could be they already have static mappings to your ip address based on numbers.
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