Configuration of a 3CX PBX with a VoIPtalk SIP trunk
The following guide is for configuring a 3CX PBX with a VoIPtalk SIP trunk.
Note: This guide will work with 3CX version V15.0 and higher. Please make sure all updates have been installed.
You will need:
The VoIPtalk ID – You can find it by logging to your VoIPtalk panel via the website voiptalk.org
The VoIPtalk password – You can find it by clicking on the VoIPtalk Id in your VoIPtalk control panel.
Adding SIP Trunk
1-) Click on “SIP Trunks” from the left-hand menu and select “Add SIP Trunk”.
Select Country: UK
Provider: 500 Limited SIP trunk Plus
Main Trunk: Your VoIPtalk Incoming Number/DID
2-) Clicking on "OK" will open a new page in which additional trunk details are to be filled.
Name of Trunk: VoIPtalk
Registar/Server/Gateway Hostname or IP: voiptalk.org - 5060
Outbound Proxy: nat.voiptalk.org - 5065
Number of SIM Calls: Set any value (a value less than or equal to the number of channels available for the account)
Authentication ID (SIP User ID): Your VoIPtalk ID
Authentication password: Your VoIPtalk password
Main Trunk No: Your VoIPtalk incoming number
3-) Click on the DIDs tab to add incoming numbers.
4-) Click "OK" at the top of the page to save these settings.
Adding Outbound Rules
1-) Click on “Outbound Rules” from the left hand menu and select “Add button”.
2-) Enter the name for the new rule.
3-) Specify the criteria that should be matched for this outbound rule to be triggered.
4-) Click "Ok" at the top of the page to save this rule.
Note: The below example uses the "Default" extension group to define the numbers to which this rule will apply.
Routing inbound calls from VoIPtalk to the PBX
1-) Go to www.voiptalk.org
2-) Click on "Login" and enter your user name and password.
3-) Click on your incoming number from the list.
4-) Select “Route to a SIP PBX” from the configuration option drop down list.
5-) Click "Select Option" and "Route to SIP PBX" button.
6-) Your 3CX PBX is now ready to make and receive calls.