Bria 4 Windows Quick Start Guide
Bria 4 for Windows Quick Start Guide
Getting Started
After choosing a SIP VoIP service provider, you will need the following information:
• User name, password, and domain
• Firewall traversal and other network information; see “Configuring Accounts” in
the user guide, “Using Bria 4 for Windows – Retail Deployments.
Setting up Accounts
You must set up a SIP account to make phone calls.
Start Bria if it is not already running.
From the Bria menu, choose Softphone > Accounts. The SIP Account window
Periodically, Bria connects to CounterPath’s license server in order to verify
that a valid license is being used. Therefore, at all times, Bria will need to
have an internet connection.
Complete the User Details area with the information obtained from the VoIP
service provider.
Full-duplex, 16-bit; or use USB headset
Complete the remaining tabs as specified by the service provider or to suit your
setup. Settings that you may need to change immediately include:
System Requirements
Minimum: Pentium 4® 2.4 GHz or equivalent
Recommended: Intel® CoreTM 2 Duo or equivalent, Video Card with
DirectX 9.0c support
Minimum: 1 GB RAM
Recommended: 2 GB RAM
Hard Disk Space 125 MB
Operating system 
Microsoft Windows® Vista® Service Pack 1
Microsoft Windows 7 Service Pack 1
Microsoft Windows 8
Bria can run in either 32-bit or 64-bit architecture in all these operating
Sound Card
IP network connection (broadband, LAN, wireless)
• Account tab, Domain Proxy area.
• Topology tab, if your computer is on a network and/or behind a firewall.
For more information, see the user guide.
Installing and Configuring Bria
Run the Bria setup executable file and follow the prompts in
the install wizard.
Starting Bria
Start Bria. The Bria Login dialog appears.
Set the Profile to “No login required” and click Continue.
The softphone appears.
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Click OK; the account is created and registered. “Enter a name or number”
appears in the call field.
You can now make calls with your new phone. If you have trouble making calls, see
the Troubleshooting Assistant: Help > Troubleshooting.
Using XMPP
If your VoIP service provider has given you account information for an XMPP
account, you must set it up separately, as described in the user guide.
Using Bria 4 for Windows –Retail Deployments can be found at
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