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Actually chnaging this all up, I configured IVM so it can use STUN to get passed my routers NAT issue... great.

 

 

Now it seems to be a magicjack issue if I sniffed the wrong stuff out the memory dump, I don't think I did. Maybe there is some sort of encryption on the password but there wasn't any issue finding other variables when I sniffed it, everything read perfectly. I think it COULD be a formatting issue of the username maybe... EXXXxxxXXXX01 or perhaps a networking issue still.

 

I am connecting to the right proxy and when I did the nslookup it was right in the exact location where I'm from.

 

Am I doing something or missing something?

 

Is there a way to trouble shoot this?

 

Thanks,

LJM

 

 

10:52:48 SIP Private IP is: My_Private_IP:5070

10:52:49 SIP Public IP is: My_Public_IP.194:5070

10:52:49 SIP Number: My_User_Name@My_Public_IP:5070

10:52:49 Attempting to register sip:My_Public_IP@proxy01.newyork.talk4free.net

10:53:32 Server proxy01.newyork.talk4free.net did not respond to register (user sip:My_Public_IP.newyork.talk4free.net)

10:53:32 Check server details for that line

 

 

Anyway to get more information?

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Are you sure Magic Jack lets you use other SIP clients/soft phones, I'm pretty sure the account is locked to the device.

 

Part of the SIP protocol includes a message that is sent from the client to the server that says what software and version the client is running. Magic Jack could easily configure their service to block all clients that don't send the Magic Jack client info. I don't know whether they are employing this technique, but it seems plausible since they seem to force you to use their hardware.

 

There are thousands of other SIP services out there that are 'open' allowing you to use whatever client software or IP phones you wish.

 

 

Edit: I should add that the best way to connect IVM to a locked device is to use an FXO adapter so it goes MJ adapter -> FXO adapter -> (Axon) -> IVM. The FXO adapter takes in an analog line (such as the one you plug your telephone into on the MJ device) and then converts it to an (open) SIP line you can connect to with PBX software such as Axon or Asterisk, or you may be able to connect directly to Axon.

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Do you know any cheap ones that give me a local telephone number too?

 

I have a toll free number I want to forward to my *new number* and then have the IVR work off that.

 

Magic Jack was $20 for the year or whatever, I can use a hard-bullt answering machine to maybe do this but I cant even find one that has simple IVR on it.

 

errrr...

 

I WILL find a way, someone help, pls.

 

:P

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Do you know any cheap ones that give me a local telephone number too?

 

I have a toll free number I want to forward to my *new number* and then have the IVR work off that.

 

Magic Jack was $20 for the year or whatever, I can use a hard-bullt answering machine to maybe do this but I cant even find one that has simple IVR on it.

 

errrr...

 

I WILL find a way, someone help, pls.

 

:P

 

If you have Comcast phone as your main line (its like $29.95/mo for first 3 months, then 39.95 after, unlimited calls to us and canada), you can add another number without any features (voicemail, etc.) to your account for only $10/mo if im not mistaking, same thing, unlimited calls to US and canada. You might want to call and ask, dont take my word for it.

 

I'm trying to set up IVM to work with comcast as we speak, however, i think because of my modem in my computer it's not working right. I'll let you know the results.

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  • 4 months later...
Magic Jack works with Asterisk though...

 

Im working with stabler now..

 

http://www.trixbox.org/forums/trixbox-foru...erisk-magicjack

 

ran in to him on freenode. small world.

 

 

We did need to know the user agent of the MJ Device. That might be the uniqueness you were referring to that won't let IVM work.

 

I wish it could work :(

 

IMW, I have magicJack (MJ), IVM, Axon, and IMS working together since about May '08. Works fine other than MJ's music on-hold (yes, they actually have MOH) overides IMS' MOH. And possibly hold/xfer is not always 100% reliable. Not sure if it's MJ or Axon/IVM. I've caught Axon communication bugs before. So to get around that I use VoiceStick 6/29/10 Edit: Now I use Voip.ms. You have to disable their MOH through their website interface so it doesn't overide yours. DID for inbound calls. Then IMS MOH works with VoiceStick and hold/xfer is 100%. MJ inbound/outbound works great otherwise. You must use the SIP credential and proxy tool(s) out there to get around the stupid user agent/nonce SIP registration measures they have put in place as of 06/09/09 I believe was the date they enabled it. magicJack, if you read this, please offer BYOD!

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Actually chnaging this all up, I configured IVM so it can use STUN to get passed my routers NAT issue... great.

 

 

Now it seems to be a magicjack issue if I sniffed the wrong stuff out the memory dump, I don't think I did. Maybe there is some sort of encryption on the password but there wasn't any issue finding other variables when I sniffed it, everything read perfectly. I think it COULD be a formatting issue of the username maybe... EXXXxxxXXXX01 or perhaps a networking issue still.

 

I am connecting to the right proxy and when I did the nslookup it was right in the exact location where I'm from.

 

Am I doing something or missing something?

 

Is there a way to trouble shoot this?

 

Thanks,

LJM

 

 

10:52:48 SIP Private IP is: My_Private_IP:5070

10:52:49 SIP Public IP is: My_Public_IP.194:5070

10:52:49 SIP Number: My_User_Name@My_Public_IP:5070

10:52:49 Attempting to register sip:My_Public_IP@proxy01.newyork.talk4free.net

10:53:32 Server proxy01.newyork.talk4free.net did not respond to register (user sip:My_Public_IP.newyork.talk4free.net)

10:53:32 Check server details for that line

 

 

Anyway to get more information?

 

I am having the same problem with the talk4free server not responding to my register.

 

I am using Axon and then IVG with my SIP credentials. I double checked the SIP info and I did enter it correctly.

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IMWConsulting.com - I was having the same problem and I found the fix. It was very simple.

PM me if you want the fix.

 

I was looking into buying the magicjack along with IVM but wanted to make sure they would work together. Can you let me know what makes them work? Any help before I waste any money buying either of them would be appreciated.

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