Configuring the Nokia E-Series SIP for Nodephone (Internode)

This is Part 3 of the Nokia SIP settings. This time for NodePhone (Internode - Australia). It has been hard to find this information (particularily the Registrar Server settings). NOTE: The Realm setting in the Registrar Server are CASE-SENSITIVE. For some screenshots check the ENGIN Australia setup entry. General Profile name: nodephone Service profile: IETF Default access point: {Your WLAN Access Point} Public user name: sip:{NodePhone Phone No}@sip.internode.on.net User compression: No Registration: When needed Use security: No Proxy Server (not required) Proxy Server Address: none Realm: none Username: none Password: none Allow loose routing: none Transport Type: none Port : none Registrar Server: Registrar Server Address: sip:203.2.134.1 Realm: BroadWorks (Note:CASE-SENSITIVE) User name: {NodePhone Phone No} Password: ***** Transport type: UDP Port : 5060

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Configuring the Nokia E-Series SIP for sipgate.at

This is Part 2 of the Nokia SIP settings. This time for sipgate.at (Austria), but it should also work for other SIPGate domains. It has been hard to get this information from the providers themselves. For some screenshots check the ENGIN Australia setup entry. General Profile name: sipgate Service profile: IETF Default access point: {Your WLAN Access Point} Public user name: sip:{SIPGate UserID}@sipgate.at User compression: No Registration: When needed Use security: No Proxy Server Proxy Server Address: sip:sipgate.at Realm: sipgate.at Username: {SIPGate UserID} Password: ***** Allow loose routing: Yes Transport Type: UDP Port : 5060 Registrar Server: Registrar Server Address: sip:sipgate.at Realm: sipgate.at User name: {SIPGate UserID} Password: ***** Transport type: UDP Port : 5060

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Configuring the Nokia E-Series VoIP client for Engin Australia

Since I had to look all over�for the correct settings and there was a lot of trial and error involved (specially for the Realm). Thanks to Engin Support that finally provided this info after logging a support request. The screenshots are from a Nokia E65, but should be applicable for similar Nokia phones. General Profile name: engin Service profile: IETF Default access point: {Your WLAN Access Point} Public user name: sip:{phone number}@voice.mibroadband.com.au User compression: No Registration: When needed Use security: No Proxy Server Proxy Server Address: byo.engin.com.au Realm: mobileinnovations.com.au Username: {your engin phone number} Password: ***** Allow loose routing: Yes Transport Type: UDP Port : 5060 Registrar Server: Registrar Server Address: byo.engin.com.au Realm: mobileinnovations.com.au User name: {your engin phone number} Password: ***** Transport type: UDP Port : 5060

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