Nokia N70 - What are SIP settings?

SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) settings are needed for certain network services using SIP, e.g. for VoIP or video sharing. You may receive the settings in a special text message from your service provider. You can view, delete, or create these setting profiles in SIP settings menu.

A sample SIP profile is shown below:

  • Profile name: Siptest (can be freely chosen)
  • Service profile: IETF
  • Default access point: select the access point used for the SIP connection
  • Public user name: 1234567@sip.voipservice.com (note that the public user name includes also the domain name)
  • Use compression: no
  • Registration: Always on (select "When needed" if you want the registration to SIP server to be controlled manually)
  • Use security: no
  • Proxy Server
    • Proxy Server Address: sip.service.com
    • Realm: sip.service.com
    • User name: 1234567
    • Password: 1234
    • Allow loose routing: yes
    • Transport type: UDP (or Automatic)
    • Port: 5060
  • Registrar: (can be separate from proxy, in this sample the proxy and registrar are at the same address)
    • Registrar Server Address: sip.service.com
    • Realm: sip.service.com
    • User name: 1234567
    • Password: 1234
    • Allow loose routing: yes
    • Transport type: UDP (or Automatic)
    • Port: 5060

The settings must match with the settings provided by the SIP service provider. Contact the service provider for the correct parameter values.