07-05-2011, 03:43 PM
| | Re: Multiple SIP Clients?
"Anthony R. Gold" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> On Tue, 5 Jul 2011 10:14:35 +0100, "Rob" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> I use a DrayTek Vigor2820Vn (V=VoIP, n=wireless n) which
>> upto 12 SIP accounts for both incoming and outgoing calls (although only
>> simultaneous SIP/VoIP calls can take place due to there being 2 physical
> Many thanks. I use both 2820 and 2920 (non-modem) routers in different
> locations for their dual WAN capabilities. Upgrading to VOIP versions may
> answer my needs if I can't find the capability in cheaper add-on
I think short or summary version for you (so far) is:
- other examples
This area is frequently intentionally relatively unclear, with the genuine
quality appliance vendors doing the darnedest to clearly identify and
indicate the great(er) capacity of their devices (multiple sip accounts /
proxy registrations - both in and out bound). However, equally other lesser
vendors / devices mix their claims to mask their shortcomings (mixing up
terminology or using "half claims", etc.). This does make it hard to be sure
and identify the true operation and capability of other lesser known, new or
unknown devices. If you can stomach the manual research (ordering trial or
test units from manufacturers, etc. if necessary), then you will find a
plethora of devices providing all such features and functions as you seek at
very competitive prices (e.g. alibaba.com).
Often the second fiddle of fun with these tools, toys or devices, is their
configurability or lack of; and / or ongoing support, fixes and updates!
Good luck! Easy option I think is go with a medium-low end range known
vendor as a number of posters have hopefully helpfully pointed out(,
suggested or indicated!) (as[listed] above).