Nokia SIP settings for Irish VOIP providers


Well it took me long enough to work out what works, so here they are in case someone else finds them useful.

www.freespeech.ie
Important: See note below

  • Profile Name: Freespeech
  • Service profile: IETF
  • Default access point: youraccesspoint
  • Public user name: sip:076XXXXXXX@freespeech.ie
  • Use compression: No
  • Registration: Always On
  • Use security: No
  • Proxy server:
    • Proxy server address: sip:freespeech.ie
    • Realm: freespeech.ie
    • User name: 076XXXXXXX
    • Password: yourpassword
    • Allow loose routing: Yes
    • Transport Type: UDP
    • Port: 5060
  • Registrar Server:
    • Registrar serv. addr.: sip:freespeech.ie
    • Realm: freespeech.ie
    • User name: 076XXXXXXX
    • Password: yourpassword
    • Transport type: UDP
    • Port: 5060

www.blueface.ie

  • Profile Name: Blueface
  • Service profile: IETF
  • Default access point: youraccesspoint
  • Public user name: sip:yourusername@blueface.ie
  • Use compression: No
  • Registration: Always On
  • Use security: No
  • Proxy server:
    • Proxy server address: sip:sip.blueface.ie
    • Realm: sip.blueface.ie
    • User name: yourusername
    • Password: yourpassword
    • Allow loose routing: Yes
    • Transport Type: UDP
    • Port: 5060
  • Registrar Server:
    • Registrar serv. addr.: sip:sip.blueface.ie
    • Realm: sip.blueface.ie
    • User name: yourusername
    • Password: yourpassword
    • Transport type: UDP
    • Port: 5060

These are for a Nokia E65 btw, but I expect they apply to any nokia phone with sip support.

Note: Avoid the freespeech “service” if you can:

  • They no longer provide the service of non-geographic numbers in Ireland. Other providers give this for free.
  • Their billing mechanism (requiring an active “subscription” – yes it is, check the T&C’s – even to use the credit you have “prepaid” is highly unethical and probably illegal in Ireland.
  • Their international service (at least to ANZ & US) has disimproved to the point of being unusable.
  • Their customer service is farsical in the extreme.

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  1. #1 by svuhmed on January 13, 2011 - 9:19 pm

    agree with the warning about freespeech. had lots of problems with their “customer service” avoid. now a happy blueface customer

  2. #2 by Nel on January 17, 2014 - 11:18 am

    I do agree with you on freespeech. Well, I am taking SIP support from Speechpath, seems like I am good to go with it. Even reading through the FAQs could be helpful for beginners. Have a look here – http://www.speechpath.ie/index.php/faq/

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