I have been experimenting with the whole setup, Red5, SIP Phone Plugins integrated in OpenFire and its Spark and SparkWeb clients and I am impressed more and more every day. However, I still struggle with the connectivity to external SIP account.
For instance, when I trace via Wireshark I can see that the SIP Phone Plugin within OpenFire will treat the SIP account information different than the Red5 plugin in SparkWeb. This is confusing me a lot. Below are examples of configurations that provide at least partial results. The first is the SIP Phone plugin configuration with which I pass the REGISTER Test successfully.
SIP username : +firstname.lastname@example.org
Authorization Username : email@example.com
Display Phone Number : +421477000615
Password : **********
Server : siplink.com
Outbound Proxy : siplink.com
Voice Mail Number : 123
SIP Realm: one.mnc003.mcc230.3gppnetwork.org
SIP Server: siplink.com
Red5 URL: rtmp:/sip
Req. Failure = 503 CX Unable To Comply
Dele, or someone else, can you please clarify and perhaps lead me to a configuration that would be successful. I have used an alternative SIP operator with whom I have been able to Test REGISTER and I could also get a dial pad in the Spark client, but never got a dial pad in SparkWeb - I think this is because the configuration that I have used is interpreted differently by Red5 / SparkWeb.
Thank you for any suggestions that you might have!