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  1. #1
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    VBUZZER SIP SETTINGS NOKIA E SERIES

    im having trouble with the vbuzzer sip settings for my nokia e60 and e61. does anyone of the correct settings? this is what i have entered but i can't get the account to register.

    VBUZZER VoIP account with E61. So here is small HOWTO .
    To access the SIP settings in E61, go to menu -> Tools ->Settings -> Connection -> SIP settings -> Options -> Add new -> use default profile

    * Profile name: Vbuzzer
    * Service profile: Standard IETF
    * Default access point: your access point
    * Public username: your vbuzzer sip id (usually sip:xxxxxx@vbuzzer.com)
    * Use compression: no
    * Registration mode: When needed or Always on
    * Use Security negotiation: no
    * Proxy Server:
    o Proxy address: sip:vbuzzer.com:80
    o Realm: vbuzzer.com
    o Username: my vbuzzer id
    o Password: your password
    o Loose routing: yes (preferred, but "no" should also work)
    o Transport protocol: UDP (TCP should also work)
    o Port: 5060
    * Registrar server:
    o Registrar address: sip:vbuzzer.com:80
    o Realm: vbuzzer.com
    o Username: my vbuzzer id
    o Password: your password
    o Transport protocol: UDP (TCP should also work)
    o Port: 5060

    is there something that i am missing? i think with these settings it should work? anyone have any ideas? thank you.

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    Re: VBUZZER SIP SETTINGS NOKIA E SERIES

    petitpoulet,

    Did you ever figure this one out? I am looking to get this working as well but so far no luck.

    If you have any advice, please let me know.

    Thanks.

    -gmac

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