Sunday, September 03, 2006

How to Setup SIP – VoIP on Nokia E Series

First create a SIPGATE account to get a sip number .
After you have created and confirmed your account Click Here and log in to your SipGate account to configure your Nokia E60/61 for your sipgate account.
This is the easiest way.

Gizmo Projects
First you will need to Create a Gizmo Project account

Here is how to configure your Nokia e61\e60 :

Go to Tools - Settings - Connection -SIP settings - Create the
following profile

Profile Name: sipphone
Service Profile: IETF
Default Access point: (your WLAN AP name)
Public user name:
Use Compression: No
Registration: " When needed "
Use Security: No

Proxy Server: sip:
User Name: 1747xxxxxxx
Password: [You SIPPhone password]
Allow loose routing: Yes
Transport Type: TCP
Port: 5060

Registrar Server:
User Name: 1747xxxxxxx
Password: [Your SIPPhone password]
Transport Type: TCP
Port: 5060

Then go to connection - Internet Tel. Settings -
Create a new profile for "sipphone"(1747xxxxxxx), name it "sipphone"
In Connectivity - Internet tel. - Preferred profile - Choose "sipphone"

Then go back to Connection - SIP settings - sipphone and change the Registration from (when needed) to (Always on) now your phone will register to the
Gizmo network.

*If you don’t know your Sip number that starts with 1747 xxxxxx open the Gizmo Project program on your p.c click on edit -> profile.

Another way to setup VOIP on your Nokia e61 is by using Gizmo Project and P.B.Xes
# Click HERE to find out more.


Anonymous said...

Fantastic work bud, I struggled for ages last night and then came across your blog and bing presto worked first try. I am soooo impressed with this phone it's unreal how powerfull it really is.

Thanks again.

Anonymous said...

Hi there make it even simpler...

just text nokia to 64446 and they send you an OTA configuration for your e60.. (works in uk only)

Anonymous said...

Its much easier to use the service for Nokia E-series. The settings are sent in an an OTA file. See Its also the only service to work properly behind a router on a local network.