Some PSTN Gateways cannot be configured to direct incoming calls to a specific address (such as a CommuniGate Pro Account). Instead, these Gateways expect SIP REGISTER requests to be sent to them periodically. These SIP requests specify the Gateway target account (usually - a PSTN phone number), the credentials (such as some username and password), and the SIP address to direct incoming PSTN calls to.
Each CommuniGate Pro Account can contain zero, one, or several RSIP records. Each RSIP record specifies an account information for some remote PSTN Gateway. The CommuniGate Pro server periodically sends the SIP REGISTER requests to that gateway using the specified information, and then the PSTN Gateway receives a phone call, it directs it to this CommuniGate Pro Account.
A Server or a Domain Administrator with the RSIP Registrations Access Right can manage the Account RSIP Registration records. Open the WebAdmin Account Management pages, then open the RSIP page in the Real-Time section:
Each RSIP record should have a unique name, used solely for its identification with the Account.
To create a new RSIP record, select some name for it and enter it into the Name field in the last table row. Fill other fields and press the Update button.
To modify an RSIP record, modify values in the record fields and press the Update button.
To remove an RSIP record, set its Period value to Never and press the Update button.
Register Every: This setting specifies how often the Server should send the SIP REGISTER requests. These requests use the SIP registration expiration time which is 2 minutes longer than this time period. Use the value the PSTN Gateway provider recommends.
Account: This setting specifies the Account name (the address) for the REGISTER requests. If the specified value does not contain the @ symbol, the at Host value is appended to it then the REGISTER request is sent. Use the value assigned to you by the PSTN Gateway provider (usually - the phone number).
at Host: This setting specifies the domain name or the IP Network Address of the PSTN Gateway. The SIP Register requests are sent to that address. Use the value recommended by the PSTN Gateway provider. If the REGISTER request should be sent via some SIP proxy, specify that proxy domain name or the IP Network Address after the PSTN Gateway name, separated with the @ symbol: gatewayName@proxyName
Authentication Name, Password: These settings specify the credentials (the user name and the password) needed to authenticate the SIP Register request sender. Note: the Authentication name may or may not contain the @ symbol followed by some domain name. If the Authentication Name setting is left empty, the Account setting value is used. Use the values assigned to you by the PSTN Gateway provider.
Target: This setting specifies the Account address the PSTN Gateway should send the incoming calls to. Usually this field is left empty, in this case the calls are directed to this Account. The last field contains the time whe