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Linphone is available for PCs (linux, windows), MacOSX and for mobile phones: Android, iPhone. Except Linux version our customer reporting successfull usage of Linphone on Android phone (Adroid version 1.6).
Select menu: Go->Preferences.
Network tab. NAT traversal options should be enabled if you are behind the NAT. Firewall external IP should be specified.
SIP tab. Identity. Your sip address. Use your Account Id here.
Proxy to use: None.
Save your preferences.
Now you can dial regular phone numbers. E.g. for dialing USA number +18001002000 at main panel of the phone in "sip address" area you should enter the phone like: sip:email@example.com
On first call attempt you'll get "Authentication request" dialog.
Authentication required for realm "sip.diamondcard.us" Realm: "sip.diamondcard.us" Username: enter your Account Id here. Password: enter your PIN code here.
After that linphone will memorize you authentication data and wont prompt you on each call.
SIP tab Add proxy/registar button
Send registration [x] SIP Identity: firstname.lastname@example.org instead of 123 use your AccountId SIP proxy: sip.diamondcard.us OK
After pression OK you should get a popup window:
realm: "sip.diamondcard.us" username: 10557 password: put you PIN code here userid: leave empty. OK
Now you can dial numbers like:
sip:email@example.com 441 - is a free echo test number.
sip:firstname.lastname@example.org for US TF number
1. Open "Linphone" menu and choose "Preferences"
2. Switch to "Manage SIP Accounts" tab.
Your display name: Enter your name here. Your username: Your_Account_Id
Proxy accounts. Press: "Add"
Your SIP identity: sip:email@example.com SIP Proxy address: sip:sip.diamondcard.us
Save proxy with "Ok".
On popup box specify PIN code in password field:
userID Your_Account_ID Password: Your_PIN_code
Now you should be able to make calls. E.g. 441 for free echo test.