Aug 29 2012

Link: Use Your OBi202 as a Google Voice™ Gateway for a SIP IP Phone


This is an edited version of a post that originally appeared on a blog called The Michigan Telephone Blog, which was written by a friend before he decided to stop blogging. It is reposted with his permission. Comments dated before the year 2013 were originally posted to his blog.

New post on the Obihai blog that may interest some readers:

Use Your OBi202 as a Google Voice™ Gateway for a SIP IP Phone

I am just wondering if this same technique could be used with any other type of SIP client, such as a SIP softphone or even a PBX server (using a trunk to emulate a SIP client).

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  1. Admin

    Are you able to make a dial plan so you can call out on inum prefixes within the Obi? Google voice supports it but unless you have the right dial prefix, the call may not go through.

    I have incredible pi pbx running with google voice and its working very wonderful! I have to make a custom extension to dial SIP (or I can make it a speed dial on the phone itself but for some reason manually typing it in fails.)

  2. Admin

    Jungle-Boogie, what happens if you dial 011+8835100XXXXXXXX (where XXXXXXXX is the rest of the iNum number)?

    Here are some OBiTALK forum threads that mention iNum:


  3. Admin

    Can you do it with a OBI110?

  4. Admin

    Hunter Gatherer, no, not using the method shown, because there is no X_Proxy setting in the earlier models. BUT, see this Voxilla post.

  5. Admin

    NOTICE: All comments above this one were imported from the original Michigan Telephone Blog and may or may not be relevant to the edited article above.

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