On 02/14/2018 09:55 AM, Steve Spence wrote: > I can send an outbound call from ekiga through my freepbx server, if > the contact is in the format of sip:email@example.com where the @ is > followed by the ip of my freepbx server, and the x's are the 10 digit > phone number of the person I'm calling. Is there any way to preset the > @ipaddress part so users won't have to input that when making an > outbound call? It works for me on ekiga-4.0.1 with a domain (sip.diamondcard.us) - I set up an account, and contacts are of the form "sip:18001234567". This is a feature of ekiga that I really like. When I right click on a contact, the popup shows configured accounts to complete the sip address. Have you tried creating an account? Maybe you need to add a name in /etc/hosts ? Is the problem that freepbx does do registration, and you are making a peer to peer call?
I use IPs for direct peer to peer calls, normally with IP6 (which ekiga doesn't currently support - I use linphone for that). _______________________________________________ ekiga-list mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org https://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/ekiga-list