[jitsi-users] Diamondcard.us


#1

I'm trying to get Jitsi to connect to a SIP account on
sip.diamondcard.us, but it fails, even though I can connect on that same
account with ekiga. I would really appreciate any help. Here are my
current settings:

SIP id: (as supplied by Diamondcard.us)
Registrar: sip.diamondcard.us
Authorization name: (same as SIP id)
Server port: 5060
Proxy: sip.diamondcard.us <http://sip.diamondcard.us>
Proxy port: 5060
Preferred transport: UDP
Enable presence (SIMPLE): Yes
Force peer-to-peer presence mode: no
Enable support to encrypt calls: no
Indicate support of ZRTP in signalling protocol: Yes
Offline contacts polling period: 30
Default subscription duration: 3600
Keep alive method: REGISTER
Keep alive interval: 60
DTMF method: AUTO_DTMF


#2

Hey David,

I'm trying to get Jitsi to connect to a SIP account on
sip.diamondcard.us, but it fails, even though I can connect on that same
account with ekiga.

How exactly does it fail?

I would really appreciate any help. Here are my
current settings:

SIP id: (as supplied by Diamondcard.us)

Does this mean "something" or "something@sip.diamondcard.us"

If you are creating an account without a domain part, Jitsi would take
it to be registrarless.

Hope this helps,
Emil

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On 13.11.12, 21:53, David Burleigh wrote:

Registrar: sip.diamondcard.us
Authorization name: (same as SIP id)
Server port: 5060
Proxy: sip.diamondcard.us <http://sip.diamondcard.us>
Proxy port: 5060
Preferred transport: UDP
Enable presence (SIMPLE): Yes
Force peer-to-peer presence mode: no
Enable support to encrypt calls: no
Indicate support of ZRTP in signalling protocol: Yes
Offline contacts polling period: 30
Default subscription duration: 3600
Keep alive method: REGISTER
Keep alive interval: 60
DTMF method: AUTO_DTMF

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#3

I'm attaching a screen shot of the Jitsi error message. Unfortunately it
doesn't make the window big enough to display the entire message.

Yes, my SIP is was given as: something@sip.diamondcard.us

I really hope I can get a solution to this, because at this point I have
to use Twinkle to use this diamondcard.us account, and Twinkle is a dead
project. It would be so wonderful if Jitsi could make use of the
diamondcard.us API so as to take advantage of their 2-way SMS service.
As far as I know, they are the only SIP provider offering 2-way SMS
messaging in the United States, but it's tedious to use their web
interface.

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On 11/15/2012 06:43 AM, Emil Ivov wrote:

Hey David,

On 13.11.12, 21:53, David Burleigh wrote:

I'm trying to get Jitsi to connect to a SIP account on
sip.diamondcard.us, but it fails, even though I can connect on that same
account with ekiga.

How exactly does it fail?

I would really appreciate any help. Here are my
current settings:

SIP id: (as supplied by Diamondcard.us)

Does this mean "something" or "something@sip.diamondcard.us"

If you are creating an account without a domain part, Jitsi would take
it to be registrarless.

Hope this helps,
Emil

Registrar: sip.diamondcard.us
Authorization name: (same as SIP id)
Server port: 5060
Proxy: sip.diamondcard.us <http://sip.diamondcard.us>
Proxy port: 5060
Preferred transport: UDP
Enable presence (SIMPLE): Yes
Force peer-to-peer presence mode: no
Enable support to encrypt calls: no
Indicate support of ZRTP in signalling protocol: Yes
Offline contacts polling period: 30
Default subscription duration: 3600
Keep alive method: REGISTER
Keep alive interval: 60
DTMF method: AUTO_DTMF