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outdoor_station:feature_guides:how_to_register_r2x_to_sip_proxy_server [2019/01/03 18:32] (current)
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 +====== How to register R2X to SIP proxy server======
 +==== 1. Setup from website:​====
 +\\ <fs medium><​ff sans-serif>​Go to **Account - Basic** to configure SIP account and SIP server.\\
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 +**Status:** To display register result.\\
 +\\ 
 +**Display Label:** To configure label displayed on the phone’s LCD screen.\\
 +\\ **Display Name:** To configure name sent to the other call party for displaying.\\
 +\\ 
 +**Register Name*:** To enter extension number you want and the number is allocated by SIP server.\\
 +\\ 
 +**User Name*:** To enter user name of the extension.\\
 +\\ 
 +**Password*:​** To enter password for the extension.
 +\\ 
 +\\ {{ :​1.outdoor_station:​feature_guides:​outdoor_sip_account.png?​nolink&​650* |SIP account}}
 +\\ **Server IP 1*:** To enter SIP server’s IP address or URL.
 +\\ 
 +\\ {{ :​1.outdoor_station:​feature_guides:​outdoor_sip_server_1.png?​nolink&​650* |SIP server 1}}
 +\\ **Server IP 2:** To display and configure secondary SIP server settings. This is for redundancy, if registering to primary SIP server fails, the phone will go to secondary SIP server for registering.\\
 +\\ 
 +**Registration Period:** The registration will expire after registration period, the phone will re-register automatically within registration period.
 +\\ 
 +\\ {{ :​1.outdoor_station:​feature_guides:​outdoor_sip_server_2.png?​nolink&​650* |SIP server 2}}
 +\\ **Outbound Proxy Server:** An outbound proxy server is used to receive all initiating request messages and route them to the designated SIP server.
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 +\\ {{ :​1.outdoor_station:​feature_guides:​outdoor_outbound_proxy_server.png?​nolink&​650* |Outbound proxy server}}
 +\\ **Transport Type:** To display and configure transport type for SIP message.
 +\\ 
 +\\ {{ :​1.outdoor_station:​feature_guides:​outdoor_transport_type.png?​nolink&​650* |Transport Type}}
 +\\ **UDP:** UDP is an unreliable but very efficient transport layer protocol.\\
 +\\ 
 +**TCP:** Reliable but less-efficient transport layer protocol.\\
 +\\ 
 +**TLS:** Secured and reliable transport layer protocol.\\
 +\\ 
 +**DNS-SRV:​** DNS record for specifying the location of services.\\
 +\\ 
 +\\ **NAT:** To display and configure NAT (Net Address Translator) settings.\\
 +\\ 
 +**STUN:** Short for simple traversal of UDP over NATs, a solution to solve NAT issues.\\
 +\\ **Note:** By default, NAT is disabled.</​ff></​fs>​
 +\\ 
 +\\ {{ :​1.outdoor_station:​feature_guides:​outdoor_nat.png?​nolink&​650* |NAT}}
 +\\ 
  
 +==== 2. Setup from device:====
 +\\ <fs medium><​ff sans-serif>​**<​fc #​008000>​✔ For devices with single button E21/ R20/ R23/ R26 and devices with multiple numeric keyboard R27:</​fc>​** N/A
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 +\\ **<fc #​008000>​✔ For devices with touch screen - R29:</​fc>​**\\
 +\\ 
 +\\ Go to **Account** interface to configure.\\
 +\\ 
 +**Enable Account:** SIP account is only available if you enable this account.\\
 +\\ 
 +**Register Name*:** To enter extension number you want and the number is allocated by SIP server.\\
 +\\ 
 +**User Name*:** To enter user name of the extension.\\
 +\\ 
 +**Password*:​** To enter password for the extension.\\
 +\\ 
 +**Display Name:** To configure name sent to the other call party for displaying.
 +\\ 
 +\\ {{ :​1.outdoor_station:​feature_guides:​outdoor_sip_account_device.png?​nolink&​350* |SIP account}}
 +\\ **Server IP*:** To enter SIP server’s IP address or URL.\\
 +\\ 
 +**Server Port*:** To enter the SIP server port.</​ff></​fs>​
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 +\\ {{ :​1.outdoor_station:​feature_guides:​outdoor_sip_server_device.png?​nolink&​350* |SIP server}}
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 +<note tip>​**Note:​** The forms marked with "​*"​ are required.</​note>​