Hybrid88 wrote: ↑Wifi or 3G doesn't matter since I have a decent data plan.
With Fring it doesn't run on the background.
When I have Fring loaded I will receive all incoming VOIP calls directly to Fring/Iphone.
Calling out is also fine but it seems after I make a call from Fring my Acanac voip line gets stuck on something and it won't receive calls.
My setup is a Linksys PAP2 and I either have to reset my router or my PAP2 to start getting incoming calls back (I have port 5060 unblocked). This could be problematic where I am using the VOIP on my iphone and potentially having all my home calls going directly to voicemail.
EDIT: I have to reboot my PAP2 inorder to get the calls incoming again and not straight to voicemail.
Is there a setting along the lines of 'register with proxy/server'? You'll need to turn this off...
What's happening is that Fring Registers with Acanac while you're making a call (it doesn't need to do this for making outgoing calls, only for receiving incoming calls... but it is displacing your ATA by doing it)
If you cannot find the setting to prevent registration... you're gonna need to go through a middleman like VoXalot or MySipSwitch (that way Fring will register still, but it'll be with the VoXalot server for example, which doesn't matter because it won't affect Acanac itself)
I can help with the setup of Acanac within VoXalot or MSS if you run into snags...