Compatible IP-PBX Servers and SIP Registration

Compatible IP-PBX Servers and SIP Registration

To answer SIP calls, CyberData devices need to be registered with a SIP server.  The registration process requires entering SIP credentials provided by the SIP Server into the CyberData device. Credential formats vary by vendor and the credentials are unique to that SIP extension.

CyberData devices are compatible with most popular IP-PBX Servers. A partial list including Configuration Guides can be found here:

If your SIP Server is not on this list, please contact Technical Support at (831) 373-2601 X333 or by opening a support ticket at support.cyberdata.net
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