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I got the SvSIp installed on my acekard2i correctly and am able to make calls but i can't hear anything from my speakers and on the other end , they can't hear what im saying. what am i doing wrong?

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Im using my voip server from voipcheap.com
 

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DarkPhantom said:
I got the SvSIp installed on my acekard2i correctly and am able to make calls but i can't hear anything from my speakers and on the other end , they can't hear what im saying. what am i doing wrong?

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Im using my voip server from voipcheap.com
Speak really Loud!
 

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check if you have the ports forwarded to your DS' ip also try to resolve sip.voipwhatever to a IP and use that instead in the config file if none of the above work try another voip provider. If you really can place calls e.g. the numbers show as you type them you're almost good (on my slot-1 cards typing doesn't even work, so I have to use a m3 slot-2 card for this app)
 

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