Archive | November, 2014

gunify

8 Nov

1.     Display Name

Any value can be placed in “Display Name”. This value is only used for identification purposes in Outbound calls to other SIP accounts.

2 .  SIP User

This is the normal username you would use to log in to any SIP client, typically without any extra domain information (ex: sipuser_1).

3.     Auth User

This field is optional.

Typically, this is the same as the SIP User field.

Custom implementations may specify a unique value for this field, and you should check with your SIP provider for this information.

4.    Domain

For this example, the domain is den.teliax.net (using Teliax as a SIP provider).  However, this field is usually equivalent to the content of your SIP address after the “@” symbol.

5.      Realm

This is usually the same as the Domain field.

This is true with most SIP providers; however, custom implementations may specify a unique value for this field, and you should check with your SIP provider for this information if you suspect it may be different.

6.      Proxy

Custom SIP implementations may specify a unique proxy server.

This field is optional, but you should check with your SIP provider for this information if you have difficulty logging in.  A valid proxy must have a protocol and port number (ex: protocol://ip:port)

7.     SIP password

For any arbitrary account, this is usually the password you would use to log in and administer your account.  For Teliax specifically, this password is set at the “device” level, and is accessible from your Teliax account dashboard.  Most SIP providers offer password assistance if you lose or forget yours.