Manually Register MicroSIP to Yeastar S-Series VoIP PBX

MicroSIP is a popular open-source softphone for Windows that offers a lightweight approach. MicroSIP can be configured to be used with one or several accounts.


This guide below introduces how to configure MicroSIP to register the extension of Yeastar S-Series VoIP PBX.

  1. Open MicroSIP Download Page

    Open the MicroSIP download page in your browser

  2. Download MicroSIP Lite

    Download the Lite installer - named Micro SIP-Lite-X.x.x.exe (The portable installation is not covered in this document)

  3. Install MicroSIP Lite

    Run the installer, clicking next at the prompts, and allowing access at the windows firewall prompt.

  4. Configure a SIP Account 

       a. Select 'Add Account' from the 'Menu' bar tray;
       b. Fill in the following fields according to the information of sip server account, an example as below:

           Account Name: 1005              //optional, give this account a name

           *SIP server:    //local IP address of S series PBX

            SIP Proxy:                           //optional, only required when there is a proxy

           *User:  1005                         //use the registration name

           *Domain:       //local IP address of S series PBX
           *Password:                           // use the registration password

            Display Name:                     //optional, name that will be displayed on the other party

            Voicemail Number:               //optional, Voicemail access number. 

5. Complete the Registration

On saving the account details, the softphone tries to register with the S-Series VoIP PBX. On successfully registering with the server, the dialpad should look like this:


Notice the 'Online' in the status bar. In case the server is down, it would show 'Registration timeout' instead.

Now you are good to go. Dial the required number.

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