NOKIA N70 N80
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Mobile Internet Calling Made Simple
Now you can enjoy crystal-clear phone calls over the Internet using the new Nokia N80 phone and Gizmo VoIP. If you have access to a WiFi connection, you can save money by using the Internet to connect your call instead of using your mobile phone minutes. No roaming or out-of-network fees. Make your calls from anywhere in the world to anywhere for just a few pennies a minute.
Simple to configure, inexpensive to use.
Download application here
User manual available here
SIP Configuration Application
Nokia has a new application to configure the preferred codec, NAT settings,
STUN, VoIP over 3G, etc. for Nokia N and E Series mobile phones.
SIP Account Configuration:
Go to Tools - Settings - Connection
- SIP settings -
Create the following profile
Profile Name: fonosip
Service Profile: IETF
Default Access point: (your WLAN AP name)
Public user name: sip:firstname.lastname@example.org
Use Compression: No
Registration: " When needed "
Use Security: No
Proxy Server: sip: fonosip.com
User Name: 812345 (your sip number)
Password: [You Fonosip password]
Allow loose routing: Yes
Transport Type: TCP
Registrar Server: sip:fonosip.com
User Name: 812345
Password: [Your Fonosip password]
Transport Type: TCP
Then go to connection - Internet Tel. Settings -
Create a new profile for "fonosip"(812345xxx),
name it "fonosip"
In Connectivity - Internet tel. - Preferred
profile - Choose "fonosip"
Then go back to Connection - SIP settings -
fonosip and change the Registration from
(when needed) to (Always on) now your phone
will register to the Fonosip network.
Default call type:
To switch between normal GSM calls or VOIP calls, navigate to
Tools->Settings->Call->Default call type. Select Cellular to make normal
calls to the phone number or Internet to use VoIP to call the number or address\
Important Version Information
As of version 2,0 of the software it supports NAT traversal. See the
Nokia S60 VoIP Release 2.0 Configuration Tutorial
If you have a version prior of 2.0 NAT traversal is not supported
So you need to have a public IP on your phone, or do port forwarding.