Connecting with VoIP USER

VoIP USER ( a community funded telephone service using the VoIP standard SIP. Additionally, community members can request free UK phone numbers to be terminated both to PSTN in most countries over the world or to any SIP/IAX destination. Revenue from these UK number allocations, together with discretionary contributions by members, funds the community outbound service via VoIP User’s PSTN gateways.

Setting Up a VoIPuser Account

Go to VoIPuser website to open an account.

PSTN Number User ID / Number Password Proxy
08448888888 brekeke xyz12345
ARS Configuration for VoIP User

To define ARS settings for your VoIP User account:

Brekeke PBX v3.1

Click Voipuser from  [ARS] menu in Brekeke PBX Admintool, then click on [New Route] button and set

[Route Name] 08448888888 or any other name
[Password] xyz12345
[Account User ID] brekeke
[Forward Extension Number] 1001(ex)
[User Class] Brekeke PBX user extensions whose class setting is the same class as that set in this field can make outbound calls through this ARS route
Brekeke PBX v3.0 and earlier

Open VoIP User ARS setup page from [Brekeke PBX Admintool]> [ARS]> [Settings]> [VoIPuser]. Click on the [Edit Variables] and enter the information for each variable.

  1. v1: brekeke(ex) VoIPuser userID
  2. v2(Password): xyz12345(ex) VoIPuser account password
  3. v3:1001(ex) PBX Extension number for receiving incoming calls
  4. Click on [Save And Update] button.
  5. Click on [Edit Template] to go back to Route Template page.
    Uncheck [disabled] button in General setting.
  6. Click on [Save And Update] button.
How to Make Calls
  • Incoming call: Calling from PSTN phone number in the US to Brekeke PBX extension 1001.
    Dial as: 011448448888888
    (Here: 011 is for international call; 44 is UK country code; 8448888888 is VoIPUser PSTN number without front 0.)
  • Outgoing Call: Calling from Brekeke PBX extension to a PSTN number in US.
    Dial as: 9 + 00 + 1 + area code + landline number
    (Here: 9 is the prefix defined at Brekeke PBX ARS. 00 is for international call; 1 is US country code.)
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