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Grandstream GXP1400

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Registered: 10-04-2007

Grandstream GXP1400

I did go ahead and buy this phone. Setting it up was very, very easy, just entered the sip domain, the proxy, username and password and it worked straight off. I made it a fixed IP in the TG582 (and gave the device a sensible name).
One small gotcha, the default path for firmware updates is incorrect and needs changing to firmware.grandstream.com
As pwatson pointed out in my other topic, for a basic IP phone the only minor thing missing from the spec. is an LCD backlight, but with the contrast adjusted it is fine.
jelv (a.k.a Spoon Whittler)
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knowdice
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Posts: 328
Registered: 25-04-2008

Re: Grandstream GXP1400

So you didn't raise to the challenge of getting a CISCO to work  Roll eyes
I had a Grandstream GXP2020 (I think) for a while but audio quality was not great...now on a CISCO 7975 nice big colour LCD  Cheesy
pwatson
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Registered: 26-11-2012

Re: Grandstream GXP1400

Glad it worked out Smiley
Now you need a Raspberry Pi running PIAF and you can enter the world of multiple SIP accounts and least cost routing Wink