SIP-VoIP inquiry

Discussion in 'iPod touch Hacks' started by Darkjenso, Feb 7, 2008.

  1. Darkjenso macrumors regular

    Oct 27, 2007
    Heya all,

    I just received my mic in the post but i'm having a few issues with SIP-VoIP phone and i was wondering if anyone could offer a hand.

    I'm using the Gizmo project as the provider and i have the registrar for gizmoproject:

    anyhoo, a few issues i am having is that i dial in my phone number (in the UK) and nothing seems to happen. more to the point, the "hang-up" button also doesnt seem to work, it doesnt work so i try pressing the hang up button but nothing happens

    maybe its somthing how i am typing in the number, the help page on the gizmo page here does a few suggestions, but to no avail

    does anyone else have any experience with this that can lend a hand?
  2. brando06 macrumors regular

    Jan 5, 2007
    How come no one can help with this. I am having the same trouble. I have checked the touchmods site and it says you have to go to the SIP so that your router knows. But i can't figure out if what i am doing is right?? Steps please!!
  3. aross1 macrumors newbie

    Feb 17, 2008
    a but of help...

    i had the same problem.

    i saw on the touchmods faq that sometimes the network cannot resolve for some reason, so pinging it helps to connect.
    i pinged it but it did not connect still, so i just replaced '' with the ip address associated with the CNAME:

    now i can connect properly and dial numbers (nothing happens when you were dialing because you weren't actually connected)

    the problem, though, is that every proper number that i dial in the form of (country code)+(area code)+(number) gives me the "the number cannot be completed as dialed..." message
    if i drop off the country and area codes, then i can call, but it is only calling a gizmo project user with a 1-747 number, not an actual phone.

    i installed the gizmo project program to look at my dialed calls and i see that if i dial from the program it works and lists the call as '+1-(area code)-(number)'.

    for some reason, though, it lists the numbers i dial from the ipod as 'sip:01(area code)(number)@'

    i hope this is at least a /little/ helpful even though i am still unsuccessful.

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