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Old 05-26-2013, 12:17 PM
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Default 3rd Party SIP Phone with Session Manager Compatibility & issues

Dears,

I'm trying to connect any third party SIP softphone on an Android device to the Session Manager 6.3. After multiple failed trials to register the phone, I have successfully registered the 3rd party SIP phone, but calls cannot be established. When I'm trying to call this registered SIP Phone (on the Android device), the trace is giving my error "403" (Forbidden)

1- Can you advice on how to fix the voice path issue ? is it somthing with template?
2- Do you have any tested and working 3rd party SIP application on Android Device that worked smoothly with Session Manager


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Salama
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