The essential difference between SIP registered communication with Clearsea communication
A 220 can register to the built in SIP registrar of Clearsea for extension dialing only. A Clearsea client and Icon (integrated mode) can register to Clearsea and receive address books, call escalation, and firewall traversal using a proprietary client/server registration but can still make and receive H.323/SIP calls via the server (clients only communicate through the Clearsea server).
Other than the port they use, ClearSea uses 35060, I think they are essentially the same. You can use ClearSea as a standard SIP registrar as well as an H.323 gatekeeper.
For example, I use Express220 registered UVC Clearsea in terminal side to choose the registered way is automatic, terminal to register but image display is not normal.If the registered mode selection is Clearsea, images and sounds are normal, so my question is what's the difference between ordinary SIP registration and Clearsea registered?than
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