SIP-VoIP problems

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  1. nobane

    nobane New Member

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    I registered with freecall and whenever I try to connect it just freezes and doesn't connect to the SIP server :\
  2. dang itsdavid

    dang itsdavid New Member

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    check the username screenname and the other settings make sure they are correct before u connect
  3. nobane

    nobane New Member

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    I have it all should be correct
  4. dang itsdavid

    dang itsdavid New Member

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    wat version of ipod do u have?
  5. nobane

    nobane New Member

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    SIP-VoIP 1.1
    iTouch 1.1.2
  6. GygaMan

    GygaMan New Member

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    Here it is how I got it to work. (1.1.3)

    1. Connect to your IPOD with WINSCP
    2. Go to the application folder. (/ <root>)
    3. Click on Application.
    4. Look for the folder SIP-VOIP.app
    5. Click on it to open it.
    6. Look for file call accounts.xml
    7. Right Click on it and select EDIT.
    8. Now ENTER the information on it:

    EXAMPLE FILE, CHANGE EVERYTHING THAT HAS HERE GOES YOUR etc...

    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
    <!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple Computer//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/PropertyList-1.0.dtd">
    <plist version="1.0">
    <dict>
    <key>nat</key>
    <string>NO</string>
    <key>password</key>
    <string>HERE GOES YUOR PASSWORD</string>
    <key>server</key>
    <string>HERE GOES YOUR SIP SERVER</string>
    <key>stundomain</key>
    <string>STUN-DOMAIN</string>
    <key>stunserver</key>
    <string>STUN-SERVER</string>
    <key>timeout</key>
    <string>1800</string>
    <key>username</key>
    <string>HERE GOES YOUR USER NAME</string>
    </dict>
    </plist>

    9. Click on Save
    10. Try it out.

    No idea why; all permissions are set correctly but it will not save within the iPOD.

    Cheers

    GygaMan
  7. johnnypuffs

    johnnypuffs New Member

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    Yup, that is the only way I could get it to work as well. I even set the .xml file to 777 and it just won't write to it. This fix works for now, but there has to be a simple real solution to this.

    I *think* it is because the file is owned by root and now everything runs as user mobile..
  8. nobane

    nobane New Member

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    thank you

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