UserGuide Calling using SIP
If you want to make calls with YateClient to a SIP account or a destination, you can do that in two very distinct ways - let's say:
A. You have registered for a SIP address/account with a provider that offers SIP telephony services. In this case, that specific provider will take care and handle your call.
To place a call using your existing SIP account, do the following:
A1. Log into your SIP account:
1. Use the wizzard presented here or click directly Yate -> Add account.
A2. Make the call to a SIP destination.
Go to the telephony tab, and choose the "Account" from which to make the SIP call.
A3. Using the dialpad or directly the numerical keys, input the number you want to call.
URI calling with YateClient - not logged in
B. You manually type the exact SIP address at which the other party can be reached, like in the following steps:
B2. Type the destination you want to reach in the following format: sip/sip:_username_ @ _ip_address_:port
If you want to read more about how is SIP protocol implemented in Yate as a telephony engine, see here.
Screenshots are from YateClient version 4.0.
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