Mar 08, 2011 · By way of a tweet from Aswath Rao (crediting @truvoip) today I learned that you could simply take your Google Voice number and append "@sip.voice.google.com" to get a perfectly working SIP URI that you could use with any SIP phone.
Mar 07, 2011 · Doing this would call your friend's Google Voice number at no cost. The sip.voice.google.com suffix was not previously known to work in any capacity. Tuesday, December 22, 2009Google Voice via SIP! (w/o Gizmo5)If you were one of those people lucky enough to get a Gizmo5 account set up before Google bought it, you can ignore this post. OnSIP, the cloud-based PBX startup, has reviewed the native SIP capabilities of Gingerbread (Android 2.3). Within the fine print of Google’s Gingerbread announcement last month was a reference to Internet calling using an onboard SIP stack. Via: SIP/2.0/UDP 192.168.99.53:42173;branch=z9hG4bK.00d58f7a;rport;alias Scala convenience wrapper around org.xbill.DNS for SRV record lookups. - gilt/scala-srv-dns sip:+1NPANxxxxxxxxx@sip.voice.google.com This works for me using CallCentric. Q: Can Google Voice forward my calls to a SIP-URI? A: Not directly at this time.
Google Voice电话号码加上@sip.voice.google.com，就可以绕过传统的电话网络，进行完全基于互联网的通话。 测试显示，通话质量相当不错。 据Google的合作伙伴 YATE (Yet Another Telephony Engine)称，该功能是在1月31日外界没注意的情况下加入的，Android 2.3已经支持直接从联系人
The following is an SRV DNS Lookup of sip.voice.google.com. As you can see below, the query returns 5 hostnames for inbound SIP traffic to that domain. Google Voice UDP Record Recipe: Google Voice. This recipe describes setting up to place outgoing calls with Google Voice via SIPSorcery. Please note SIPSorcery is not in any way affiliated with Google Voice and further Google does not provide any official support for the mechanism SIPSorcery uses to place Google Voice calls. An interesting discussion on the Broadband forum of DSLReports.com documents how to reach a Google Voice number via a SIP phone. "this is a direct connection, without going through Gizmo or any Forum discussion: On 7/18/2018, Google turned off the old XMPP interface to Google Voice, previously implemented in asterisk as chan_motif. The replacement interface, officially used by the google
The following is an SRV DNS Lookup of sip.voice.google.com. As you can see below, the query returns 5 hostnames for inbound SIP traffic to that domain. Google Voice UDP Record
Anyway, let's assume for this discussion that sip.voice.google.com is the only domain we're considering here. Because RFC 3263 tells us how to find a SIP server, we know how to look for DNS records to do some snooping around Googles SIP service. At the time Gizmo5 had some integration with GV such that you could use a SIP adapter/software to make calls to and from your GV account. Once Google shut down Gizmo5, they kept some of the SIP servers up under sip.voice.google.com however I think they killed it soon after to anyone working outside googleplex. What would you think about having a VoIP phone that can make calls without needing an active cellular provider? Thanks to Google Voice, this is now a reality. Google Voice has been around for a long time.