Clearly the assumption here is that you have a WAP that your iPhone can connect to. Also that that wireless connection can route to your ShoreTel network! Once the ShoreTel SIP user, virtual IP address and proxy resources are configured it is time to configure your iPhone SipPhone! After you down load the application and tap to activate the application you will get a screen that lists the options: Dialer, Recent, Contacts, Accounts and Settings. Hit the Accounts tab and you will then EDIT a new SIP account. To get this app to work on ShoreTel you need to enter only three values. First you need to enter the domain name, we have previously defined in the ShoreTel Director as the Virtual IP address. The Username and password are also as specified in the individual user setup in ShoreTel. Hit the DONE tab, and the phone should register and you can make and receive calls from your ShoreTel. I put together a video clip that covers this so you can see that it actualy works! If you need ShoreTel Support contact DrVoIP. The video suggests that you enter the user name, but if you want to call the iPhone from a ShoreTel extension, enter the user's extension number instead. This was just a fun project and latency on the iPhone WiFi is still a challenge for SIP phone usage. I suspect that Version 3.0 of the iPhone will fix this small issue, but it was a blast trying it out! Enjoy! More on this on our ShoreTel Blog.
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