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What value should I set my Registration Interval to?


What is the registration interval and what should I set it to?


Registration is the event where your IP Phone (UA) contacts our system and tells it where you can be reached for incoming calls. The registration interval is the time (measured in minutes or seconds) between when your UA re-registers. Registration is required before you can make PSTN calls (see the Knowledge Base article on Error 205.)

Our sip proxy forces a 60 minute registration regardless of the interval specified in your VoIP adapter.

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Our Home Phone Service includes Internet phones with free Internet calling and unlimited US and Canada plans. We offer prepaid phone service and International DID numbers using our voice over IP system and an analog telephone adaptor (ATA). The solutions are designed for home phone service, business phone service, call shops, telemarketing firms and cyber cafes. InPhonex is proud to support Internet telephony equipment (IP Phones) including Sipura 2000, Sipura 3000, Cisco 186, Linksys PAP2 and other SIP phone adaptors. We also support Asterisk PBX, Trixbox and offer turn-key VoIP Reseller business opportunities to let entrepreneurs and businesses resell voice over Internet (VoIP) under their brand name.

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