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Nokia Native Sipphone

5
Jan

All Nokia E series support Voip service integrated in there OS as a native client. You may follow this forum for generic information.

Specifically Nokia Symbian ^3 is being released with a native SIP support into it’s own configuration, according to Nokia official information: http://www.developer.nokia.com/Resources/Tools_and_downloads/Other/SIP_VoIP_settings_applications.xhtml .
Native client offer full OS integration, G729 native codec, and other extended features, as a native client provided with the OS.

Before that you start at all, insure that your device is up to date, connected to Nokia Suite to update it, or go to settings, and update your OS before that you start at all!

To setup SipCel under Nokia Symbian ^3, we need to do the following:

  1. Remove the old applications

    Settings / Application mgr. / Installed Apps
    Remove anything you may have installed. In the app manger under installed apps look for ‘InternetAdvSetting’ or anything that begins with ‘SipSettings*’ etc. Get rid of them both.

  2. Install ‘InternetAdvSettings’ by Nokia

    You may download it from here.
    This file has been extracted from the latest ‘SIP_VoIP_3_x_Settings_v2_0_en.sis’. This original file will not work as a standalone installer – but one of the parts within it solves the issues, we have supplied the extracted part for you.

    • Download the file above;
    • Extract ‘sis’ installer from the ZIP file;
    • Install the SIS File on your Phone (it is SIGNED by NOKIA so it is SAFE);
    • When you get a message that says the App is incompatible with your phone – Hit Continue as this is not true, it works just fine. You should however not see this error anymore.
    • You should now have a new ICON called ‘Advanced VoIP’ under Settings / Connectivity / Admin Settings / Net Settings
  3. Create your SIP profile

    Settings / Connectivity / Admin Settings / Sip Settings / New Sip Profile
    Name your Profile something you like ‘SipCel’ – this will be the name it shows up under contacts. For example if you named it ‘SipCel’ when under a contact it will display as ‘SipCel Call’.

  4. Transport type.If you face problems to connect with you 3G carrier under tcp, we offer you option to connectr under udp. This is absolutly necessary under such as networks like Movistar Spain, and other telecoms.
  5. Create a VoIP Service

    Settings / Connectivity / Admin Settings / Net Settings / Advanced VoIP settings / Create new Serivce
    In order to actually use the SIP profile created in Step 3 you must Create a VoIP service. To do this select ‘Create new service’ and then select the Profile you created in Step 2. This will add a new item under ‘Net settings’ if you named your profile ‘SipCel’ it will show up as ‘VoIP Sett’.

  6. Adjust your Codecs

    Connectivity / Admin Settings / Net Settings / Advanced VoIP settings / Voip Servies / SipCel / Codecs /
    Move G729 to be number 1 of the list, and remove all over other codecs then this.

  7. Enable SIP over 3G

    Connectivity / Admin Settings / Net Settings / Advanced VoIP settings / Voip Services / SipCel / Profile settings
    To enable SIP Calls over 3G set both ‘AWCDMA’ and ‘UAWMAC’ to ON. Note that you will be charged for data when using 3G – and your phone should warn you when doing so.

  8. Make SIP Calls look pretty in your Call Log

    Connectivity / Admin Settings / Net Settings / Advanced VoIP settings / Voip Services / SipCel / Profile settings
    If you only want to see the callers number in your Call Log you can set a parameter that will strip the domain name out of the number calling you. Say the number (555) 123-4545 calls you on your SIP line:

    Ignoring Domain Part: ON – the number will show as 5551234545
    Ignoring Domain Part: OFF – the number will show as 5551234545@sip.sipcel.com

    The problem is if you have ‘Ignoring Domain Part = Off’ it is impossible to call back from say your mobile number or add the number to your address book. For that reason it is best to set this to ON.

  9. If you’re going to use the service to receive calls, you may need to Prevent your SIP Client from TIMING OUT with the Server (STUN Server)

    If you’re going to use the service only to place calls, then skip this step, if you’re going also to recieve calls, then we may need to add a Stun Server by doing the followingÑ
    Connectivity / Net Settings / Advanced VoIP settings / NAT Firewall Settings

    • Open Domain parameters, then select your SIP server domain, it should be there.
    • STUN Settings (for a list of public servers google ‘public stun servers’)
      STUN server: stun.counterpath.com
      Port: 3478
      Username: (blank)
      Password: (blank)
      Shared Secret: Off
    • TCP NAT bind refresh timer:1200
    • UDP NAT bind refresh timer:28
    • CRLF refresh: ON
  10. How to Start and Stop VoIP Service

    Contacts / Globe Icon
    To start or stop the SIP service enter contacts then see the newly created Globe Icon – select your SIP user name, hit ‘Options’ and either log in or log out. When the service is connected to the SIP Server you will see a phone sitting on top of a globe up on the status bar.

Setting up your SIP Profile

The following is how to set up your SIP profile. If you have the service running, you must stop it in order to modify it this can be done following bullet #9 above.

Settings / Connectivity / Admin Settings / SIP Settings / Options / New SIP Profile

Profile Name: SipCel
Service profile: IETF
Default Destination: (Choose what ever is applicable to you such as ‘Internet’)
Public user name: sip:<your SIP number which you can find under the tab Sip/Iax in the customer panel>@sipcel.com
Use compression: No
Registration: always
Use security: No

Registrar Server
Registrar server address: sip:sip.sipcel.com –> We offer you multiple geographical options to connect, you may connect to sipcel.com, sipcel.eu, sipcel.mobi, sipcel<your profile>.tel, look for whatever geographically and more performed for you.
Realm: –same as previous —
User name: (Your sip number, NOT your sipcel web login, you may find this in your customer portal under SIp/Iax info tab)
Password: (Your password, NOT your sipcel web password, you may find this in your customer portal under SIp/Iax info tab)
Transport type: Auto
Port: 5060 ;; if you have problems, turn it to 443.

After you finish the configuration, login by starting the service as we explain in the step 10, and then call to 123, Free of charge, to test your eco, service ability, and your connection.

For further information, Nokia community have this manual which you may download from here.

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