Creating a SIP Stack

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Applies to version(s): v2.7.

Session Initiation Protocol, more commonly known as SIP, is a signaling protocol for packet-based networks and is commonly used, along with H.323 to provide signaling for voice over IP (VoIP) communications. You must now configure SIP signaling for your system. The first step in doing so is to create a SIP stack. To do so:

1- Click SIP in the navigation panel

Sip A 0.png

2- Click Create New Sip

Sip A 1.png

3- Create the new SIP stack:

  • Verify that the box labeled Enabled is checked
  • Enter a name for the stack
  • Select a virtual adapter
  • Click Create

Toolpack v2.5 Creating SIP.png

4- Verify that the "SipCfg was successfully created" message appears

Toolpack v2.5 SIP Created.png

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