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3Com 3100 series phones do not support SIP with non-3Com systems. They have a basic boot loader which must download code from a 3Com NBX or a 3Com VCX system. If you don't have either of these, then you won't get runtime code on the phone, thereby making it impossible to use the thing with Asterisk.
This means that your phone will not dial a url number, i.e. sip://[email protected] This is generally a network or configuration error, and I would specifically make sure the phone either has static DNS entries entered or is receiving DNS entries via DHCP.
This was a rather simple fix. When I was speaking about the NBX V3000, I was talking about our 2U NBX Chassis which holds the line card. When our phone system was installed I wasn't shown the 1U NBX V3000 "Brain". I thought everything was contained in the chassis. Long story, short, I restarted the 1U "Brain" and the system came back up with 5 minutes.
Yes, If your phone supports SIP then you should be able to program any service provider. On the other hand if this is a Skype only phone then you will not be able to use it with any other service besides Skype because they use a non-standard protocol. I tried looking up your phone and the closest I came was : http://www.amazon.com/Philips-VOIP8411B-37-Phone-System/dp/tech-data/B000ND75FW/ref=de_a_smtd
This says in the Tech Specs that it is voip client and softphone compatible (whatever that means). It doesnt say it is SIP compatible. So look up the user manual and if it says that your phone is SIP compatible then you should be able to program any VOIP service provider (90% of them are SIP based) but if all the manual mentions is Skype and nothing else, then you might be out of luck. Hope that helps! -AM
The phone is in a continuous because it is trying to connect to the NBX. You need to make sure it is on the same network as the NBX. Also, within the NBX you need to make sure Auto-Discovery is enabled. You also need to check how many group 2 licenses you have, as this phone requires one to run on the NBX.