The IP phone, or the software connected to the Messagenet VoIP servers, uses a protocol called SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) which allows it to record the Internet address through which it is being connected to the Messagenet servers. Then the servers can forward the calls to its number. In order to do this and to identify the user associated to a specific phone, all SIP terminals must have an identification (URI) and a password, which Messagenet assigns to its subscribers.
Articles in this section
- Call Diversion from SIP client/PBX
- Sending and Receiving FAXes over T38 SIP VoIP protocol
- Which audio codecs does Messagenet VoIP support?
- ETSI Supplementary Service Codes - Call Diversion
- How can I verify the VoIP quality of my connection? Is there an echo test?
- Other malfunctions or questions
- Proxy Ports
- The VoIP service works, but I’m hearing scratches in the voice, or the voice "fades out". What is happening? What do I do?
- VoIP service is not working. What do I do?
- What is the "VIRTUAL" number I receive with FreeNumber or SmartNumber?