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Should SIP/SIMPLE have both:
[ ] Use Proxy
Proxy Type: [ dropdown ]
(Options for dropdown)
If so, what is the difference between the two?
Is standard practice for most SIP clients to list the name and server
in separate fields or to specify it in the form username@...?
Sorry for the delay in my reply.
On Dec 18, 2005, at 10:46 AM, Thomas Butter wrote:
> Hi Evan,
> On 12/17/05, Evan Schoenberg <evan.s@...> wrote:
>> Should SIP/SIMPLE have both:
>> [ ] Use Proxy
>> Proxy: _____
>> If so, what is the difference between the two?
> The first one uses a SIP proxy server. There are 2 use cases for this:
> - you need a proxy to connect to your sip registrar because of a
> - the servername from user@... does not correspond to the dns
> name of the server
> Probably "Use a different SIP Proxy" would be better. What do you
So is this really a proxy server? It seems to be a mirror to the
idea of a Jabber "connect server." Am I right in that understanding?
>> Is standard practice for most SIP clients to list the name and server
>> in separate fields or to specify it in the form username@...?
> linphone, x-lite: two fields
> ms messenger: user@...
Okay. Do SIP users in general know that their 'full' name is
user@... do you think? We've done that form for Jabber (whereas
Gaim lists it as two separate fields) because it felt cleaner.