You will need Windows Messenger 4.7 or later (WindowsXP); not to be confused with MSN Messenger (see later). You must firstly set up an account with a SIP registrar service (e.g. draytel.org - see earlier). Set up Windows Messenger to use the SIP service instead of the default Microsoft '.NET Passport' method :
Next, sign into Windows Messenger, using the account details you set up :
To then make a call to a Vigor VOIP router user, you just select 'Start a Voice conversation' from the Actions menu :
You cannot use MSN Messenger; it does not support the necessary SIP protocol. Consider using Windows Messenger (V.4.7 or later) instead.
Yes, if your router has two VoIP phone ports (e.g. Vigor2600V) you can make a call from one phone to the other locally. Lift the handset and dial 01 or 02 for the appropriate port (the # is not required). Do not set any dial-plan entries which conflict with these codes.
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