MicroSIP is a popular open-source softphone for Windows that offers a lightweight approach. MicroSIP can be configured to be used with one or several accounts.
Installing and configuring MicroSIP on Windows;
- Open MicroSIP Download Page
Open the MicroSIP download page in your browser
- Download MicroSIP Lite
Download the Lite installer - named Micro SIP-Lite-X.x.x.exe (The portable installation is not covered in this document)
- Install MicroSIP Lite
Run the installer, clicking next at the prompts, and allowing access at the windows firewall prompt.
- Get SIP Device Credentials from mPBX
In the SIP Devices section of mPBX, make note of the SIP login and SIP password of your device.
- Step Five
Open MicroSIP and press CTRL + M to open the account configuration page (or Menu -> Add Account).
Configure your credentials with the details below and the SIP Device credentials from the previous step. Once completed, Click Save
Account Name Your desired display name in MicroSIP SIP Server sipm.voipline.net.au:7060 SIP Proxy sipm.voipline.net.au:7060 User SIP login from mPBX SIP Devices Domain sipm.voipline.net.au:7060 Login SIP login from mPBX SIP Devices Password SIP Password from mPBX SIP Devices Display Name Your desired display name in MicroSIP Media Encryption Disabled Transport UDP Public Address Auto Publish Presence Checked STUN Server stun.voipline.net.au:3478 ICE Unchecked Allow IP Rewrite Checked
- Configure Codecs
Press CTRL + P to open the MicroSIP Settings dialog (or Menu -> Settings).
Select the desired Ring Device, Speaker, and Microphone from the dropdown list, choosing your Headset if connected.
In the Audio Codecs section, ensure the Available list only contains the following items, in the following order;
G.722 16kHz G.711 A-law
Click Save once finished.