Yeaster Gateway SIP Trunk Basic Guide

There are 3 types of SIP trunks in the VoIP trunk menu.

  • Account
  • Trunk
  • Service Provider

You might be confused: which type of SIP trunk should I use?

Please check out the difference among them.

Account

Gateway would offer SIP account for other SIP device to register.

Trunk

It is registration SIP trunk. Usually, if you purchase the SIP trunk service from the provider. Please use this type. Provider would offer SIP trunk information for you to register.

Also if other SIP device offer SIP account for you, you can use this type of trunk to register.

Service Provider

Actually it is peer-type SIP trunk which is authenticated by IP address only. It is usually for interconnection to Yeastar devices or other SIP devices which supports the peer-type trunk. If other side doesn't support peer-type trunk. Please use Account or Trunk type instead.

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Registration Setting Procedure

- Account

1. Add new account

In General tab, fill in Account, Password field based on your need.

In Advanced tab, fill in Caller ID field. This field usually can be same as Account field. Other options can be default.

2. Register the Account on the other SIP device.

3. Check Account status on gateway Status menu.

- Trunk 

1. Get the SIP trunk information from the provider. Note that the information might be different with different providers. As they might use different terms to describe their SIP trunk setting information.

Here we have an example of the SIP trunk information from the provider. (We use *** to hide the real information.)

Information

Trunk Field to Fill in
sip server: sip.***.com Hostname/IP & Domain

udp port: 5060

Port

codec allowed: G711a

Codec
dtmf: rfc2833 DTMF Mode
username: ys75*** User Name & Authorization
password: gq*** Password
DID: 455*** * It can be filled in Caller ID filled or blank. But somtimes DID is different with Caller ID
channels: 5 *It can be filled in Maximum Channels or blank. The provider side would control the the limit. Unless you want to limit your outgoing channels separately with lower value.

2. Add new Trunk

In General tab, fill in the fields.

 

In Advanced Tab, fill in the fields.

3. Check Trunk status & reachability on gateway Status menu.

- Service Provider

1. Add new Service Provider trunk

In General tab, fill in the fields.

  • Hostname/IP & Port: The IP address or domain name of the other SIP device you need to interconnect.

In Advanced Tab, fill in the fields.

2. Add the peer-type SIP trunk on the other SIP device.

3. Check Trunk status & reachability on gateway Status menu.

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