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    Quote Originally Posted by deputc26 View Post
    hmmm, when I call my sipgate number sipdroid is not ringing my phone, the only page I edited in sipdroid was the "sip account settings" page I put in my sipsorcery credentials and got a green light in the status bar but it doesn't ring to my sipgate number.

    I have a provider and binding showing up in sipsorcery...

    could it be because I'm currently in canada? no, because the whole point is free calls worldwide...
    This is where I got hung up too. make sure within sipsorcery when you add the sip provider "sipgate" the user name and password is NOT your sipgate site login, it's from the settings in sipgate. Within sipgate settings, hover over the phone that says 'Phone of <Your Name>' and choose SIP credentials. Enter SIP-ID and Password you see here into sip sorcery. Should be random letters/numbers for both.

    Once you do this, go back to sipgate settings like before and choose test phone. Mine was showing offline until if did this exact process.

    This was a pretty convoluted process, but I think I got it to work. mostly. This did give me a headache, but I don't like not figuring things out once I start. One question: Outbound calls can only go to land lines? I tried calling my wife's Sprint number and she could hear me but I couldn't hear her.
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    not sure lun3dav3... to be honest i really don't know if i set it up correctly... i have no idea if my phone really is routed from sipgate -> GV... the # does work, and i have registered successfully with sipsorcery
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    Quick tip for those wanting to attempt this:
    Read both sections in the google doc. The one that has the step by step and section 14 that has the screenshots. There are some important info in both that should have just been merged into one tutorial.
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    I am going to have to try this setup out. My question is dealing with when you are placing calls and people are calling you. Do they just dial your number and it routes through GV to your phone, or you have to use the GV number that is created? Likewise when you call out what number is it going to reflect to the other person?
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    Sorry about not being on here. I've been stuck in google apps hell with some clients.

    I had it working, both inbound and outbound. At this point, I have only outbound working. Inbound routes to my cell via GV>Mobile.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wctaylor79 View Post
    I am going to have to try this setup out. My question is dealing with when you are placing calls and people are calling you. Do they just dial your number and it routes through GV to your phone, or you have to use the GV number that is created? Likewise when you call out what number is it going to reflect to the other person?
    If I understand this whole process correctly, GV is the interface number and application for the VOIP service, but can't achieve true VOIP without this workaround.

    So to answer your question, you would have people call your GV number which routes them through to your sipgate number that GV is linked to. Outgoing will interface with GV, your sipgate number and use sipsorcery to do the actual routing to the receiving end. Kind of like a switchboard. Now what I don't get (yet) is what number people will see on their caller IDs. Is it your GV number or sipgate number? In the sipgate settings you can tell it what number people will see, but I don't know if that matters in this type of setup. Correct me if I'm wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cellphonedork View Post
    Sorry about not being on here. I've been stuck in google apps hell with some clients.

    I had it working, both inbound and outbound. At this point, I have only outbound working. Inbound routes to my cell via GV>Mobile.
    This was happening to me too. You have to go into the GV web app and uncheck your mobile number from the forward to: phone list. I'm guessing this is your issue.

    This is the only drawback to this. When you are home and want to use VOIP, you have to only have your sipgate number active in GV. Once you want to go out and have calls going to your GV number forward to your VZ mobile, you will have to make sure to recheck you mobile number in the web app. You will then be using your plan's minutes though.

    EDIT: Unless you go somewhere that has wifi

    Anybody got this to work on 3G yet?
    Last edited by LuN3yDaV3; 02-02-2010 at 11:41 AM.
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    This should show GV number. DO NOT PUT CALLER ID NUMBER IN SIPGATE OR SIPDROID. This will mess with the routing being done by sipsorcery.

    What is actually happening, is that you place a call. Sipsorcery picks it up and routes to google voice. You are actually placed on hold briefly. GV calls you back via sipgate and is connected to your call on hold. Then the call is routed to its destination. Hence the lag in dialing the number. You can confirm on sipgate and sipsorcery logs that calls are being placed to your GV number.

    Sorry about not being around more. Been stuck in google apps and analytics hell with a client.

    I believe that above info is true. My setup just went a little kooky as well. I have great outbound, but inbound appears to be missing something at this point. I still get calls, but they route from GV to my mobile number (using cell minutes or F&F if you have GV registered). I also have sipgate routing to a Linksys SPA2102 and that works both inbound and outbound

    (double post) kind of
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    I wonder if that is why I was having an issue with the other end not hearing me. I put in the caller-id number. Off to remove it and test again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LuN3yDaV3 View Post
    I wonder if that is why I was having an issue with the other end not hearing me. I put in the caller-id number. Off to remove it and test again.
    Ok in sipgate settings, options for caller ID are my sipgate 415 number, blocked or custom number. Which one do I choose?
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