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827-4v SIP

I really don't have voice experience. thanks for any advice.

I have a 827-4v and I have a username/password to access a voice gateway. the voice gateway is SIP(i don't know how to say that). so how the 827-4v connect to the voice gateway with my username/password?

thanks

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Re: 827-4v SIP

!The basic Voice over IP (VoIP) configuration fo Cisco 827-4V could be done in the following way:

dial-peer voice 1 pots

destination-pattern 1001

!--- Define the telephone number associated with the port.

!

port 1

!--- Specify the port number.

!

!

dial-peer voice 10 voip

destination-pattern 2...

!--- Define the destination telephone number.

!

session target ipv4:192.168.2.8

!--- Specify a destination IP address.

!

codec g711ulaw

!--- Specify a codec if you are not

!--- using the default codec of g.729.

Actually, 827 routers support voice using the H.323 signaling protocol.

See this:

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/access/acs_fix/826/swg/routconf.htm#1017670

New Member

Re: 827-4v SIP

Thanks for you reply.

but my question is still there.

for the 827-4v, it support SIP.

my service provider only provide the SIP information. So how can I connect it with my username and password?

thanks

New Member

Re: 827-4v SIP

Yes, the 827-4V supports SIP, but Cisco's IOS SIP stack currently doesn't support authentication. You might expect it would be included as part of the new support for registration in IOS (12.3(4)T), but not yet. :-(

The only workaround I've discovered is to get a SIP proxy server in the path that will break the standard on your behalf and add the authentication information.

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