Free, no registration, DNS controlled, SIP Redirection service
SipCloak allows you to advertise a SIP address of your own choosing, which points to your real SIP address. Essentially, it replaces email@example.com, with firstname.lastname@example.org, without requiring you to provide your own SIP server or negotiate with your SIP service. SipCloak is a redirect service, NOT a proxy service and therefore does not add any latency to calls. I imagine SipCloak will be most often used to match advertised sip addresses with email addresses - it's what I wrote it for.
For example, say your family or company name is Arbdomo, and you own the domain arbdomo.com. With just a few tweaks to your dns records, you can provide a unified, professional impression:
|Name||Sip Account||SipCloak Address|
SipCloak also forwards sip messages.
You need your own private domain name with the ability to add SRV and TXT records.
Login into your domain control system and add the following dns records, but change the TXT records to suit your purposes.
|_sip._udp||SRV||10 10 5060 server.sipcloak.org|
When SipCloak receives a dial request, it discards non-alphanumeric characters, then prefixes sip-. Therefore, if your SipCloak address is email@example.com your TXT entry should be sip-crazy8.
|Sip Address||SipCloak Address|
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