using HT502 as standalone SIP server?

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Re: using HT502 as standalone SIP server?

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using HT502 as standalone SIP server?

Posted:Fri 10 of Jul, 2009 (07:42 UTC)
So is there a way to configure IPKALL to talk directly to an HT502, without having a "service"? This would be for incoming calls only.

I found documentation for having an HT502 talk point-to-point with an HT503, so the concept of not having a "service" seems possible.

My DNS provider supports CNAME and SRV records (although I think there is a bug in that support: nslookup reports my port as 0 when I configured 5060 in the SRV record; I've reported this).

I'd appreciate advice of any sort; of course, specifics of the IPKALL configuration and the HT502 configuration (prefer using FX2 for this one), would make me ecstatic!