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SJphone for Windows and Linux

Step to step guide to install and configure SJPhone on Windows and/or Linux:


STEP 1

Download the software from http://www.sjlabs.com/sjp.html


STEP 2

After installing, the default soft phone will appear.

For Windows version: Click on the screwdriver symbol
For Linux version: Click on "Phone -> Preferences" Tab

The *Options* window will appear. Enter your name and email address in the 'User Information' Tab.


STEP 3

Click on the 'Profiles' Tab. In the Profile Tab click on 'New'.

When the 'Create New Profile' window appears, in the 'Profile name:' enter INFN and in the 'Profile' choose 'Calls through SIP Proxy' Then click OK.


STEP 4

A 'Profile options' windows will appear. Click on the SIP Proxy Tab. Enter in 'Proxy Domain:' phone.infn.it and enter 5060 in the field to the right side of it. Under 'User domain:' enter phone.infn.it. In the same SIP Proxy Tab's Advanced options, put a checkmark on Use separate register. Under this enter in 'Register domain:' phone.infn.it and enter 5060 in the field to the right side of it. Click OK.



STEP 5

Back in the 'Profiles' Tab you will find an varphonex.com profile. Highlight INFN and then click on 'Initialize.." A 'Service:INFN' box will appear. Enter in 'Account:' 2004 and in 'Password:' 5555 and click OK.



STEP 6

In the 'Profiles' Tab again highlight INFN profile and then click on 'Use...'


STEP 7

Click on the 'Call Options' tab. Make sure that under 'Incoming Calls' put a check mark on 'Automatically accept incoming calls'. In 'Outgoing calls' put a checkmark on 'Use following host address' and make sure you choose the IP address of your computer.

 


STEP 8

Click on 'Audio' Tab and make sure that in 'Sound devices' the Playback: is using your sound device.

Click OK.

STEP 9

Call your conference number!!

And remember to MUTE yourself when you are not speaking.



Here you can find some useful numbers.

Here some NAT/Firewall infos.

Here if you have audio problems: background noise, echo, etc

 

 

Alfredo Pagano 14/03/2007


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