D-Link DVG-1402S

The D-Link DVG-1402S router can be configured to work with 2talk, although at this stage it appears it only works when you specify an IP address (rather than the FQDN) for the Outbound Proxy setting.  Obviously this is not ideal, so we will welcome any suggestions on how you can configure this device to successfully register without using the IP address then we would love to hear about it.  Once you have verified the router is setup correctly and you can connect to the Internet through it then follow these steps to setup your VoIP lines:

SIP Server

Server FQDN:  Enabled

Domain Name: sip.2talk.co.nz

Port: 5060

Secondary Server FQDN: Disabled

Outbound Proxy State: Enabled

Outbound Proxy FQDN: Disabled

Outbound Proxy IP Address:

Outbound Proxy Domain Name: sip.2talk.co.nz

Outbound Proxy Port: 5060

Register Expiration: 600

Codec Priority:  1st. G.729a, 2nd. G711 a-law, 3rd. G711 u-law  (G.726 unused)

Same Phone Number:  Disabled  (Enabled if you only have 1 phone/number to configure)

Index: 1/2  (Depending on which line you want to configure)

Phone Number:  <your 2talk phone number e.g. 028890000>

Display Name:  <Your Name>

User Agent Port:  5060

Authentication Username:  <your 2talk phone number e.g. 028890000>

Password:  <your 2talk password>

Retype Password:  <your 2talk password>

Index:  1 and 2  (Configure both lines as follows)

DTMF Method:  RFC2833

Payload Type:  101

VAD:  Disabled

You may also specify STUN settings to host stun.2talk.co.nz (port 3478) - if you wish but these should not be required.  If you wish to configure one of your lines as a fax line then you should change all your Domain Names/Proxy Domain Names from’sip.2talk.co.nz’ to ‘fax.2talk.co.nz’ (and IP address from to  You should also set your DTMF Method to ‘inline’ for fax lines.

If you have any feedback on this install guide then please contact us on feedback@2talk.co.nz