Update the firmware of D-Link DPH-70s to support SIP protocol
I have D-Link model DPH-70s modem phone. It used to work with Phoneserve. Recently I read on the internet that we should always keep the Software level updated so on the Second phone I updated the firmware. Since then it is not working with Phoneserve & also to install the firmware for SIP support.
The issue seems that the firmware for 'Go2Call' got installed on my phone and Now I need to once again load the firmware for Phoneserve on this DPH-70s phone.
I will appreciate if you can advice how I can do this.
Thanking you in advance.
Please note that at the moment D-Link DPH-70s phone is showing the following parameters which I am not able to change:
Software Version gcl2.791A1S
Software Server address 220.127.116.11
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My DPH-540 works fine behind a DI-604 NAT router, without any special firewall configuration on the DI-604 (I connect to either RingCentral or SIPPhone). I hope to get another SIP phone and see if both phones can work simultaneously behind the NAT router; many web sites suggest that a different proxy port must be used (the default is 5060).
SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) is a protocol used to establish, modify and terminate VOIP telephone calls. Using SIP, you can make cheap calls to a landline and regular mobile phones. With Nimbuzz SIP support, you can make Internet calls via the Nimbuzz Phonebook feature by adding any SIP provider you already use. Costs depend on your SIP provider rates.
SIP calling is mostly used to make cheap international calls.
You can go to Options > Settings > SIP Accounts to register an account. After that you can place VoIP calls via the Phonebook.
User Fring if you want to make free calls. It works on Yahoo Messenger and Gtalk so you can call your buddies available on Yahoo! or Gtalk.
It sounds like you got this phone from the service provider you want to stop using. If so, then the problem is that they have preprogrammed a provisjoning server in your phones firmware. As long as this service is enabled their settings will overwrite any changes. i cant find any information about this modell, but usually this menu is in a admin restricted part of the firmware and therefore it cant be changed without doing some serious hacking. But before you give up try looking for settings in firmware menu (if it got a webui) that can point to this.
Voip equipment is usually cheap so its not worth the hassle if it cant be done easily. So before u put in a lot of hours in this problem consider buying new hardware.
please call dlink tech support at 877-453-5465. just an advise on how to handle the call when you reach dlink tech support (agent); do not agree to call back after you troubleshoot with them (they'll be giving you a case id reference# and be advising you to check your pc or call "who" and call them back to continue the troubleshooting). insist to the agent that he need to resolve the problem asap (by the way, agents are not allowed to drop the call or they'll be dead-history!). and if the agent still insisted you to call back, ask for a "senior level technician" to finish the job (escalate the problem). fyi: dlink tech support handling time to resolve a call is 15 to 18 minutes only. if you reach that 15-18 minutes (max) time the agent will think of a way for you to call back (advising you to check with your pc manufacturer, check with your ISP, call microsoft to update your software, etc... non-sense!) they need to do this in order to reach their handling time (agents need to reach 21 to 25 billable calls, and billable calls are "solution provided", "resolved", and "dropped call"). ---- believe me, i was one of them and repented.
That phone looks exactly like the one I use from sjlabs.com. I have a SIP account with FWD on mine. The router should have nothing to do with it unless you are behind a corporate router with strict ACLs. The soft phone is software based. Just make sure your STUN server and SIP proxy is set up correctly. The Xlite should provide all the info needed,
then edit it, go to Account Choice and select "Default".
The "No SIP Account" error most likely comes from having a blank field in "Account Choice".
It's easier to set up the DPH-540 from the web admin interface, so you can try first to at least get an IP address assigned to the phone then use that IP address to access the phone from another laptop on that same wireless network. But again by the time you manage to thumb your way to get an IP address assigned, you have 3/4 of the problem already resolved so you may as well thumb in that finishing touch :-)
There are many things to consider in this type of application.
when calling from PSTN to IP using analog lines from time to time you will have this type of event, I suggest working with H323 protocol, this will tone down a bit your problem. If you want optimum performance, you should use a DID with the channels you need and address to your PBX SIP FreeSwitch. The DIDs are cheaper and are digital which eliminates random connectivity problems in the incoming call. Once you have directed the DID you tell your server to transfer the call to the IVR using your internal dialing plan.