Managing SIP Trunks in AVOXI Genius (Outbound Termination / Making Calls)

Easily integrate your current in-house PBX or third-party platform (example: MS Teams) with your AVOXI Genius online platform and instantly enable outbound calling to any destination worldwide.  Available to all AVOXI Genius users at a monthly recurring charge of $19.99, SIP Trunking is a popular solution for businesses looking to cut local and long-distance calling costs without replacing an existing system. 


Genius SIP Forwarding:  Use the following Genius SIP Forwarding Guide to set up Genius SIP URIs for Inbound Forwarding.

Viewing SIP Trunk(s)

  • To get started, log into the AVOXI Genius platform at
  • Select the "SIP Trunks" section on the left-hand navigation bar. 
  • Click the "SIP Trunks" tab located next to SIP URI's
  • On the SIP Trunks home screen, you can view the following:
    • Trunks: A list of all your existing trunks that you can manage or delete.
    • Authentication: Authentication type and information of configured trunks
    • Direction: The direction of the Trunk, i.e., "Termination."
    • Outbound Rates: All new Sip Trunks configured via the AVOXI online platform will be billed the monthly recurring charge of $19.99. Outbound calls will be charged per minute for usage according to your outbound rates. Use the link to download and view the application rates.

Adding a SIP Trunk

Use the below step-by-step guide to add and configure your SIP Trunks

  • To get started, navigate to the SIP Trunk section on the left-hand navigation bar.
  • Select the "SIP Trunks" tab
  • Click the "Add SIP Trunk" button

Name your SIP Trunk

Give your SIP Trunk a friendly name using letters, spaces, and numbers.  This name will appear under the "Usage" section in your monthly invoice's "Account ID" column.

  • Special characters are not accepted.
  • Max name length allowed length is 116 characters


Give your SIP Trunk a subdomain using up to 24 alphanumeric characters.

SIP Connection

Select how you would like to terminate your outgoing traffic (for example, to MS Teams or Regular SIP Trunk).

Authentication Type 

Method of authentication to ensure outbound calls through the SIP Trunk can be uniquely authorized.


  • Enter your Username and Password
  • Ensure that the username matches the From or To header users.



  • Enter one or more required IP Addresses (es)
  • If this is a shared platform, please provide additional information for authentication, such as the SIP Header or username/secret on top of the IP address. 


Not everyone can support Basic Authentication from a shared platform. If that's the case, you can use SIP Header Authentication. This means you can add a special header and value to the message to prove the message is yours.

  • Header Name:  Add a special header name for the SIP invite
  • Header Value:  Add the special header value for the SIP invite
  • Protocol: Select your ideal transport protocol
  • SIP Invite Message Examples: Consider the following SIP message as an example
    • INVITE SIP/2.0
      CSEQ: 1 INVITE
      From: “Alice” <sip:+>
      To: Bob <>
      Max-Forwards: 67
      Date: Wed, 14 Jul 2021 17:58:47 GMT
      Min-SE: 120
      Call-ID: 12345678
      P-Asserted-Identity: “Alice” <>
      Contact: “+14049375037” <;transport=udp>
      User-Agent: Awesome Customer PB
      Content-Type: application/sdp
      Content-Length: 276

Important Note:  Please ensure you send the "+" and country code in the "From" and "To" fields.

  • Header Authentication: Below is a list of headers, and we do not check for header authentication
    • Via
    • Too
    • Call-ID
    • CSeq
    • Contact
    • Max-Forwards
    • Allow
    • Supported
    • User-Agent
    • Content-Type
    • Min-SE
    • Content-Lenght
    • Record-Route
    • Proxy-Authorization
    • Allow-Events

When ready, select the "Authorize Purchase" button to complete.

At this point you will be able to test the configuration for your new outbound SIP trunk. To learn more click here.

Note: Each SIP Trunk can have a different Authentication Type, meaning you can have several SIP Trunks with different authentication types.  However, only one authentication type can be selected when configuring individual SIP Trunks.

Configuration Details

Now that you have added your SIP Trunk(s) to your AVOXI Genius account, it is important to configure it on your communications infrastructure/platform.


We have Genius POPs in the US Hong Kong, Australia, Brazil, the Middle East, and the United Kingdom.  Here are the DNS Hostnames along w/ IP Addresses.


  • DNS Hostname:
  • IP Addresses: and

Hong Kong POP:

  • DNS Hostname:
  • IP Addresses: and

Australia POP:

  • DNS Hostname:
  • IP Addresses:  and 

Brazil POP:

  • DNS Hostname:
  • IP Addresses: and

Middle East POP:

  • DNS Hostname:
  • IP Addresses: and

The United Kingdom POP:

  • DNS Hostname:
  • IP Addresses: and


AVOXI supports UDP, TCP, and TLS(SRTP) version 1.2+ (follow here to learn more).  Open the following ports to ensure proper connectivity:

  • 5060 UDP
  • 5060 TCP
  • 5061 TLS


AVOXI supports the below Codecs 

  • G.711u(ulaw)
  • G.711a(alaw)
  • G.729


  • RTP port range for AVOXI Genius
    •  Port 10000-65535 UDP for both US and Hong Kong Media.
    • If configured, both TLS and SRTP encrypt calls between you and AVOXI.  TLS/SRTP can be used for both inbound and outbound voice services (Originating and Terminating). 
    • As an AVOXI Administrator, you must download and manually load the certificate during the configuration process to ensure the TLS connection is made (example 
  • Whitelist IP - Media

Ports US HK AU
Firewall White list
All addresses in the column All addresses in the column
SIP AVOXI to Customer 5060/udp or 5060/tcp or 5061/tls
SIP Customer to AVOXI DNS Name 5060/udp or 5060/tcp or 5061/tls *See Trunk Configuration in Genius UI *See Trunk Configuration in Genius UI
*See Trunk Configuration in Genius UI
SIP Customer to AVOXI IPs 5060/udp or 5060/tcp or 5061/tls              
TURN 80/udp
Media 16384-25999 udp
All other IP addresses in range

Ports BR ME UK
Firewall White list
SIP AVOXI to Customer 5060/udp or 5060/tcp or 5061/tls
SIP Customer to AVOXI DNS Name 5060/udp or 5060/tcp or 5061/tls *See Trunk Configuration in Genius UI
*See Trunk Configuration in Genius UI
*See Trunk Configuration in Genius UI
SIP Customer to AVOXI IPs 5060/udp or 5060/tcp or 5061/tls
TURN 80/udp
Media 16384-25999 udp All other IP addresses in range All other IP addresses in range All other IP addresses in range

Configuring Third-Party Platforms

Use the below quick links to view the relevant configuration guide:

Downloading SIP URI TLS Certificate

Transport Layer Security (TLS) certificates, also known as Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), work the same as HTTPS and are crucial for securing internet browser connections through data encryptions.  Like HTTPS, the secure web certificate is sent when a browser tries to connect using TLS.  You can configure and manage the TLS/SRTP within your AVOXI Genius portal as a customer. Certificates are used for authentication and encryption.  

An SSL (TLS) certificate for is used for calls from the user to the AVOXI Genius platform and for calls leaving AVOXI Genius. If you are running a modern operating system for your PBX, you shouldn't need to load anything extra to get a TLS connection to work, but we do offer the certificate file for edge cases. 

You can download the certificate file from your AVOXI Genius tenant using the following steps.

  • Log into Genius at
  • Navigate to the SIP Trunks section located on the left-hand navigation bar.
  • Click on the SIP URIs tab.
  • Select the three buttons located to the right of the "+Add" button
  • Click on the "Download SIP URI TLS Certificate." 

Call Recording

Calls will only record if the call recording feature has been enabled at an organizational level.  As an Administrator, you can easily manage your business call recording settings within your online platform.  Use the following self-help guide to turn your recording on/off and manage retention settings.  When deleting a SIP Trunk, this will not delete the call recordings.

View the Beginner's Guide to SIP Trunking and SBC Solutions to learn more about SIP Trunking.

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December 6th, 2023


Jeff Cook

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