Configuring a Nokia E 51, E65 and N95 for Remote connection

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  1. frydendal

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    Configuring a Nokia E 51, E65 and N95 for Remote connection (3G) to 3CX Phone System

    This guide is based on the configuration needed to setup your phone when you are in the range of a specific 3G network.

    Ensure that you have created the extension that you wish to use with the phone in 3CX Phone System first. Take note of the ID field and the password that you have entered for the extension.

    Configure your Nokia mobile phone as per the manufacturer manual for web browsing. Once this is confirmed you may proceed to configure the Internet Telephone and SIP functions of the phone.

    From your Nokia, E51, E65 and N95 go to "Tools" and then to "Settings". Click on "Connection" followed by "SIP settings".

    Choose the option to add a new default profile.

    In “Profile name” enter “Remote 3CX”, move down to “Service profile” and choose “IETF “. Proceed to “Default access point” and choose your 3G provider.

    In the “Public user name” field enter your extension@external ip from your 3CX server (Example: 100@92.108.100.253)

    In the “Use compression” choose “No” and under “Registration” choose “Always on”. For the “Use security” select “No”.


    Access the “Proxy server” node.

    In the “Proxy server address” enter the external ip from your 3CX server (example: 92.108.100.253)

    In the “Realm” field enter “92.108.100.253”, move down to the “User name” field and enter your extension (example: 100), followed bye the “Password” and enter the password of
    your extension.

    Moving down to “Allow loose routing” choose “Yes” and in “Transport type” select “UDP“ and “Port” should be set to “ 5060”


    Navigate back one step and move down to the “Registrar server”.

    In the “Registrar Server” enter the external ip from your 3CX server (example: 92.108.100.253)

    In the “Realm” field enter “92.108.100.253”, move down to the “User name” field and enter your extension (example: 100), followed bye the “Password” and enter the password of your extension.

    In the “Transport type” choose UDP and “Port” setting to “5060”

    Now go back to "Connection" and then to "Internet tel. settings"

    Create a new profile and call it “Remote 3CX” and under “SIP profiles” choose the “3CX” profile.


    Guide br Frederik Frydendal 8)
     
  2. amygoda

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    Thank You Frederik
     
  3. frydendal

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    This configuration also works on Nokia E66 :mrgreen:
     
  4. amygoda

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    Hello,
    I did a test
    I got 1 way audio
    I'm using dyndns because I have dynamic ip
    do you know how can I fix it
     
  5. frydendal

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    Try to use the IP - if it´s work try another dyndns-provider.
     
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    What is the speed of your 3G-provider?....
     
  7. amygoda

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    I used it as a wifi not gprs
     
  8. frydendal

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    Configuring a Nokia E 51, E65, E66 and N95

    Local WiFi or external WiFi?...

    Check firewall, ports and bandwide

    If local:

    Configuring a Nokia E 51, E65, E66 and N95 for Local WiFi to 3CX Phone System

    This guide is based on the configuration needed to setup your phone when you are in the range of a specific WiFi.

    Ensure that you have created the extension that you wish to use with the phone in 3CX Phone System first. Take note of the ID field and the password that you have entered for the extension.

    Configure your Nokia mobile phone as per the manufacturer manual for web browsing. Once this is confirmed you may proceed to configure the Internet Telephone and SIP functions of the phone.

    From your Nokia, E51, E65, E66 and N95 go to "Tools" and then to "Settings". Click on "Connection" followed by "SIP settings".

    Choose the option to add a new default profile.

    In “Profile name” enter “Local 3CX”, move down to “Service profile” and choose “IETF “. Proceed to “Default access point” and choose your WiFi.

    In the “Public user name” field enter your extension@ip from your 3CX server (Example: 100@192.168.100.253)

    In the “Use compression” choose “No” and under “Registration” choose “Always on”. For the “Use security” select “No”.


    Access the “Proxy server” node.

    In the “Proxy server address” enter the external ip from your 3CX server (example: 192.168.100.253)

    In the “Realm” field enter “3CXPhoneSystem”, move down to the “User name” field and enter your extension (example: 100), followed bye the “Password” and enter the password of your extension.

    Moving down to “Allow loose routing” choose “Yes” and in “Transport type” select “UDP“ and “Port” should be set to “ 5060”


    Navigate back one step and move down to the “Registrar server”.

    In the “Registrar Server” enter the ip from your 3CX server (example: 192.168.100.253)

    In the “Realm” field enter “3CXPhoneSystem”, move down to the “User name” field and enter your extension (example: 100), followed bye the “Password” and enter the password of your extension.

    In the “Transport type” choose UDP and “Port” setting to “5060”

    Now go back to "Connection" and then to "Internet tel. settings"

    Create a new profile and call it “Local 3CX” and under “SIP profiles” choose the “3CX” profile.


    If external:

    Configuring a Nokia E 51, E65, E66 and N95 for Remote WiFi to 3CX Phone System

    This guide is based on the configuration needed to setup your phone when you are in the range of a specific WiFi.

    Ensure that you have created the extension that you wish to use with the phone in 3CX Phone System first. Take note of the ID field and the password that you have entered for the extension.

    Configure your Nokia mobile phone as per the manufacturer manual for web browsing. Once this is confirmed you may proceed to configure the Internet Telephone and SIP functions of the phone.

    From your Nokia, E51, E65, E66 and N95 go to "Tools" and then to "Settings". Click on "Connection" followed by "SIP settings".

    Choose the option to add a new default profile.

    In “Profile name” enter “Remote 3CX”, move down to “Service profile” and choose “IETF “. Proceed to “Default access point” and choose your WiFi.

    In the “Public user name” field enter your extension@external ip from your 3CX server (Example: 100@92.108.100.253)

    In the “Use compression” choose “No” and under “Registration” choose “Always on”. For the “Use security” select “No”.


    Access the “Proxy server” node.

    In the “Proxy server address” enter the external ip from your 3CX server (example: 92.108.100.253)

    In the “Realm” field enter “92.108.100.253”, move down to the “User name” field and enter your extension (example: 100), followed bye the “Password” and enter the password of
    your extension.

    Moving down to “Allow loose routing” choose “Yes” and in “Transport type” select “UDP“ and “Port” should be set to “ 5060”


    Navigate back one step and move down to the “Registrar server”.

    In the “Registrar Server” enter the external ip from your 3CX server (example: 92.108.100.253)

    In the “Realm” field enter “92.108.100.253”, move down to the “User name” field and enter your extension (example: 100), followed bye the “Password” and enter the password of your extension.

    In the “Transport type” choose UDP and “Port” setting to “5060”

    Now go back to "Connection" and then to "Internet tel. settings"

    Create a new profile and call it “Remote 3CX” and under “SIP profiles” choose the “3CX” profile.


    If this not working try to reconfig. your 3CX server - start with:

    Check firewall, ports, nat and bandwide

    (1.) Extension (ext. 100-799)
    (2.) IVR (ext. 800)
    (3.) VoIP provider
    (4.) Outbound rules
    (5.) DID/DDI (if necessary)
     
  9. amygoda

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    Hello,
    thank you for reply
    it's external wifi
    connected but 1 way audio
    I'm using dyndns

    local works fine
     
  10. frydendal

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    What about firewall, bandwide, NAT´s
     
  11. amygoda

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    I think it's nat problem and need stun server to solve
     
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