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Re: [Partysip-dev] Some very newbie questions

From: Aymeric Moizard
Subject: Re: [Partysip-dev] Some very newbie questions
Date: Mon, 29 Sep 2003 14:48:10 +0200 (CEST)

Send me on address@hidden the whole log file for partysip.
(you should get it with option "-d 6") or in the DebugView output
if you are using it as a service.

Then I'll be able to help you...

On Mon, 29 Sep 2003, Peter Reinhold wrote:

> Hi All,
> Please excuse me if this is not the correct place to ask my questions, but
> I am a SIP neophyte, and have been unable to find any substantial source of
> information about SIP and how to set it up, and have not been able to get
> any usable information from the Source code to PartySIP (on the site, it
> says to read the source for documentation)
> So, I hope that someone will be able and willing to at least give me a few
> pointers, and let me know if my plan is doable, or if I should just drop it.
> My situation is this, I think that SIP and VoIP sounds very interesting,
> and would like to set up some sort of private server, so I can have a
> little bit more control of who, what, where and when :-)
> Currently I am looking at using PartySIP (note, I am running on a windows
> platform, as I am a totalt Linux idiot :), seeing as this is the only SIP
> server software that I have found which seems to be able to run on Windows,
> and I am using the XTen X-Lite software SIP phone for communication (if and
> when I get this to work properly, I want to buy a hardware VoIP handset,
> something like
> So, if I would want to set up PartySIP so I can call myself using the
> "phonenumber" 00001, how would I go about that?
> I have tinkered a little bit with the .conf file, and have got both
> PartySIP running, and the X-Lite phone to connect to the server (at least I
> think, it says it is connected), but every time I try and call another
> number, it just says service unavailable.
> Is it at all possible to set up some sort of global phonebook in PartySIP?
> What benefits do I have from adding users to the .conf file?  (I see that I
> can do this, down at the bottom)
> Are there any other things I should be on the lookout for / be aware of?
> I hope you can at least give me some pointers, as PartySIP is pretty hard
> to figure out when you have little knowledge about SIP in general :)
> Kind Regards,
> Peter Reinhold
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