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nvt


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Is it possible to set up a magic jack account as a SIP trunk in PBXes.org? Is there a trick? I've acquired the login/password w/ password finder, but the calling doesn't work.

Thanks,
Greg

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Make sure you append the port number 5070 to the proxy you use.

For example, in the "SIP server" box:

proxy1.yourcityname.talk4free.com:5070

yourcityname = the city server you use.

How did you obtain the credentials? They used to work on pbxes for me, but no longer...

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I used a windows app called passwordfinder found here: http://magicjackhacks.com/index.php?opti...id=30&Itemid=50


I have tried appending the port 5070 to the end of the server, but it still isn't working for me. I think MJ might have changed their authentication method.

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