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How to configure PortSIP on your smartphone and computer

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How to configure PortSIP on your smartphone and computer

How to configure PortSIP on your smartphone and computer




PortSIP is a SIP-based softphone that uses Wi-Fi or a 4G/LTE Internet connection to make and receive calls and instant messages.

Here are step-by-step instructions on how to set up PortSIP on devices with different operating systems.

How to set up PortSIP on Android/iOS

Automatic configuration

PortSIP can be quickly configured on your phone using the automatic configurator:

  1. Under "Phone Settings" select "Android" or "iPhone", then select "PortSIP UC" from the drop-down list and follow the short instructions.
  2. To scan a QR code, open the PortSIP app and click on the scanner icon.

Manual configuration

To manually configure PortSIP, use the configuration login details found in your personal account.

  1. Download PortSIP for iOS or Android here.
  2. Open the app and fill in the fields with the registration data: login, password, server.
  3. Click the "Advanced" button and fill in the additional fields.
  4. Go back and click "Sign In". The account should glow green.
    This completes the configuration of the PortSIP application on Android/iOS. You can use the application on your smartphone.

How to configure PortSIP on Windows/MacOS

  1. In the "SIP Domain" line, enter the IP address of the SIP server or its domain name.
  2. In the "Extension Number" line, enter the login from your SIP account.

    These settings are sufficient to connect to most servers. However, if your server uses specific settings, you need to click on the gear in the upper right corner and go to advanced settings.

  3. In this section you can fill in the following details (by default they are optional):

    Display Name is a string that contains the name of the identified user.

    Authorization name — used in conjunction with the SIP area to provide access to SIP services. The authentication username does not need to be the same as the SIP username.

    Outbound Proxy Server — this is a regular SIP proxy.

    Transport — select a transport from the following options: UDP (used by default), TCP, and TLS (secure protocol).

    SRTP is the protocol used to secure SIP and RTP sessions.



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