Next, you will see the main menu. To begin the adding of an IP Communication trunk select System Setup --> VoIP Providers.
Now, you will begin creating an Inbound Trunk. This inbound trunk will be used to receive calls (DID & Toll Free numbers for example) from IP Communications.
Begin by selecting SIP Provider and then clicking Go.
- In the next steps, you will enter your inbound trunk registration information. Depending on the registration type you requested at signup, there are two ways that you can register your device.
SIP Username Authentication:
For SIP Username Authentication: If you have a paid account with SIP Registration, enter the the following information found within your IP Communications provisioning letter you received at signup. This information can also be found by signing into AMI at (www.myipcomms.net) and to the Technical -->Trunk Configuration section. Once finished click Add SIP Provider.
SIP Provider Name: “IPC-Inbound”
Your Account ID: SIP User (from provisioning letter)
Your Password: SIP Password (from provisioning letter)
Hostname/IP Address: SIP Domain/Proxy (from provisioning letter)
Callback Extension: Default ext. to ring when receiving a call from this trunk.
You should see a “successfully added new SIP Provider” screen if successful. Click “Back to VoIP providers” to return to the providers page.
You should see the IP Communications trunk you just created in the VoIP Providers list. Place an inbound call, your default extension should receive the call.
This step is optional, and is only used if you are also setting up an Outbound (TalkinIP) trunk. If you have not signed up for TalkinIP outbound service, you can skip this step.
To create an outbound (TalkinIP) trunk, go to System Setup VoIP Providers and select SIP provider and click go.
Create a new trunk using the TalkinIP (www.talkinip.net) registration information you received during signup for TalkinIP Service. Populate the screen below, with your information.
You should see a Successfully added new SIP Provider screen if successful. Click “back to VoIP providers” to return to the providers page.
You should see the IP Communications trunk you just created in the VoIP Providers list.