http://support.freephoneline.ca/hc/en-u ... redentials
1. Unless I'm not seeing something, the configuration .pdf guides miss
RegisterRetryInterval needing to be 120
That's found under Service Providers-->ITSP Profile (FPL)-->SIP
2. Under Voice Services-->SP(FPL) Service
X_KeepAliveExpires: 20 (Obitalk.com uses 15, at the time of this writing, which differs from what FPL recommends)
If notify, is not as a X_KeepAliveMsgType available for you, try what Pianoguy wrote here:
For OBi20x, with firmware 3.1.0 (Build: 5285), "X_KeepAliveMsgType: notify" is selectable: http://fw.obihai.com/OBi202-3-1-0-5285.fwPianoguy wrote:X_KeepAliveEnable: Checked
3. The default digitmaps are a mess.
Service Providers–>ITSP Profile FPL–>General
I want to help explain a few things first.
<1> means add or prepend 1 to the beginning of the phone number
<:1> also means add 1
<1:> means remove 1 from the beginning (and replace with what follows after the colon)
[2-9] means match any single digit from 2 to 9
XX. means match any phone number you dial (also XX. is an indefinite variable, and without XX.S3, for example, your ATA will wait 10 seconds for you to finish entering in a phone number before dialing out. S3 reduces the wait (represents 3 seconds)
011XX. means any number starting with 011 (for international dialing), and again XX is an indefinite variable. Without the .S3, your ATA will wait 10 seconds
Mipd is for IP dialing
[^*#]@@. is for sip uri
Neither is needed with Freephoneline. I would remove them.
XX. is usually not needed (and actually, inadvisable).
So, this is what I would suggest using:
But that digitmap won’t work with 211, 311, 511, 611, etc.
Here’s an alternative example:
The digitmap is appropriate for Toronto. For 211, 311, 511, 611, 811 you will need to look up the corresponding phone numbers for your area and replace the phone number after the colon.
4. If FPL is your primary service, then
Under Voice Services-->SP(FPL), the following should be enabled (and they're not in the .pdf guide for some unknown reason) if you want voicemail to work: