Our tech support team at VoIP Supply offers great pre- and post-sales support plus provisioning, consultations, configuration, and installation help. We get a lot of VoIP hardware and software questions and would like to share the solutions with everyone.
Q: Is there a way to reboot Grandstream GXP2130 without physically unplugging them? When we have a power outage, some of the phones don’t reconnect properly. The incoming and outgoing calls can no longer work. The phones need to be rebooted for the entire system to work.
A: You would have to reboot the switch then (hard reboot). On the phone display press the right arrow on the navigation pad where on the LCD display you will see the two dots “..” Then there should be an option to “Reboot”.
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VoIP Supply Marketing Supervisor Mary Cheney reveals some big VoIP news regarding Vtech’s acquisition of Snom, the new WiFi access point released by Grandstream (GWN7610), VoIP Supply’s big win at Nextcon16 and more.
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Intuitively navigate the menu with navigations that are easy to follow.
Whenever you have a voicemail, the message waiting indicator will light up, reminding you to listen to the message. You also have the option to change the menu language from English to your preferred language.
The DP720 handset can support up to 10 lines and it is completely compliant with SIP/DECT standard. When used with Grandstream’s UCM series of IP PBX’s users can enjoy Zero Config, so that the phone automatically works, right out of the box, no configuring required.
Features of the DP720 include:
HD Audio on handset and speakerphone
Full duplex speakerphone
Three-way audio conferencing
Call transfer, call forward, call-waiting, do not disturb
The DP750 Base Station can pair up to five DP720 DECT Cordless Handsets providing mobility for users in residential settings as well as many business environments such as retail, warehousing, hospitality and medical. When multiple handsets share the same SIP account, users can enjoy flexible Ring Group options.
If a high level enterprise phone is on your list of “Things to buy to improve my work environment ,” then Grandstream’s newly released GXP2135 arrived just in time. The GXP2135 is a multi-line, high performance IP Phone designed for the busy worker. With its release, Grandstream targeted the goal that they have followed since entering the VoIP communications game in 2002- to connect the world through flexible and reliable communications mediums.
A delicately designed phone with features that kill
The GXP2135 flaunts a 2.8 inch LCD color display, with intuitive touch keys and an easy to control navigation menu. You can connect up to eight lines with four SIP accounts and each line has an individual dual-color line key.
This design also provides four XML programmable context-sensitive soft keys and gives the user has the flexibility to program up to 32 digital, on screen speed dial keys for a more proficient, organized, business-like telephony experience.
As the handset’s HD imprint implies, the GXP2135 lets you enjoy High Definition audio for clear, crisp conversations. In the event that the conversation is for more than just your ears, the full duplex-speakerphone offers a convenient tool at the touch of a button. But, if what you are looking for is a hands-free way to communicate, or a more “on-the-go” experience, the GXP2135 has built-in Bluetooth capabilities and easily syncs with headsets. You can also connect to your mobile device and enjoy even more features such as merging contact books and calendars, and call transferring.
Moreover, the GXP2135’s Gigabit speeds at 10/100/1000 Megabits per second (Mbps) with Dual switched auto-sensing accommodate for the fastest possible internet connectivity.
More top features:
4-way audio conferencing for easy conference calls
Built-in Power over the Ethernet (PoE)
Built-in USB port for importing and exporting data
Supports EHS compatible Plantronic’s headsets
TLS and SRTP security encryption technology to protect calls and accounts
Use with Grandstream’s UCM series IP PBX appliance for Zero-Config provisioning 1-touch call recording and more
The GXP2135 is the the newest addition to Grandstream Networks line of VoIP Phones. The GXP2135 is an affordable phone with high-level features for your enterprise needs. If this dependable, trustworthy IP Phone is not on your “To buy” list yet, it surely should be!
To find more information or if you’d like to ask questions or pass along any comments about the GXP2135, please call us at 1-800-398-8647 and we would be happy to chat.
A well-known name in the VoIP industry, Grandstream Networks has been on it’s “A” game manufacturing award-winning IP Phones, IP PBX Appliances, and Surveillance Products since 2002. After recently unveiling their very first conference phone, the GAC2500, which utilizes the power of Android 4.4 and also offers a complete conference solution for any size business, Grandstream is at it again. This time around-following its trend of innovation, high quality and reliability- Grandstream hits the market with two new products releasing in the same week.
Grandstream released theGVC3202 Video Conferencing solution, a noteworthy business-class camera that not only supports Grandstream’s vigorous IPVideoTalk Pro cloud platform, but has the ability to power multiple popular video conferencing protocols and platforms right out of the box. Based on Android 4.4, the GVC3202 provides full access to all video conferencing apps in the Google Play Store-such as Skype®, Skype for Business®, Google Hangouts™ and more.
WHAT ELSE DOES THE GVC3202 OFFER?
Flaunting a clean, modern design, the GVC 3202 also sports an inventive embedded Multi-Point Control Unit (MCU) that supports up to 3-way conferencing with local mixing between SIP and other protocols. Other high performance features include:
Built-in Bluetooth for use with Bluetooth speakers/ microphones, keyboards, data exchange, etc
Support for 2 screens thanks to 2 HDMI outputs
Local & far-end controllable PTZ camera with wide-angle lens
Can bridge calls from Android apps into SIP conference
Ability to share a presentation with conference attendees or review a document
Can remind attendees 10 minutes before start-time and automatically call all participants
Ability to easily record all video conferences to document meetings
Fast connections speeds to maximize video quality
Video resolutions up to 1080p
Powerful 9x optical zoom
Interoperable with any 3rd party platform and with full, transcending features and abilities, the GVC3202 is a great video conferencing solution for any small business.
THERE IS MORE FROM GRANDSTREAM
If the GVC 3202 Video Conferencing Solution is not enough new technology for you, Grandstream has released the GXP2170 IP Phone for High-Volume Users, a robust enterprise-grade IP phone meant to fit the needs of businesses that are dependent on phone calls. The Grandstream GXP2170 allows for up to 12 line keys and six SIP accounts with programmable context-sensitive soft keys, and supports the fastest possible connection speeds with dual Gigabit network ports, making it a reliable IP Phone solution to help pay the bills-many phone calls at a time.
WHAT’S THE GXP2170 ALL ABOUT?
Boasting a 4.3 inch color display LCD and full HD audio, the GXP2170 has 48 digital, on-screen speed dial keys, and Power over the Ethernet (PoE), allowing for efficiency and productivity. This top-notch, executive-level IP Phone also includes the following functionalities:
Built-in Bluetooth for syncing headsets and mobile devices for contact books, calendars & call transferring Full duplex-speakerphone
The 48 digitally programmable & customizable BLF/fast-dial keys can be optimized when used with up to four cascaded GXP2200EXT Modules
WHERE CAN I FIND THE GVC3202 AND THE GXP2170?
VoIP Supply is excited to offer both of these Grandstream Networks products as reliable and innovative solutions for your video conferencing and/or VoIP Phone needs. We would be thrilled if you shared with us what you think about these products as well! Go ahead and leave a comment or ask us a question in the below comment area. You can also contact us directly at 1-800-398-8647 or at firstname.lastname@example.org and we would be happy to chat with you about both of these VoIP solutions.
Grandstream’s latest video conferencing solution fills a need between low quality webcams and complex room-based enterprise grade video conferencing systems.
The Grandstream GVC3200 is a video conferencing solution for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) that is affordable, simple to use, and flexible.
List price of $3,995 includes:
1080p HD Video Resolution,
Bluetooth Remote Control,
Controllable Pan Tilt Zoom (PTZ) Camera with 12x Zoom and Sony Megapixel Imaging Sensor,
(4) Four HDMI cables,
and Mounting Kit
Simple User Experience
Three-step installation process with Grandstream’s IPVideoTalk Pro cloud platform that provides plug-and-play connectivity. Also included for ease of use are:
VGA and HDMI video inputs,
(3) Three HDMI Video Outputs (to connect several TV’s or monitors),
Built-in Bluetooth for Use with External Bluetooth devices (speakers, microphones, keyboard),
SD Card Reader,
and OLED Graphic Display on Camera Base
Flexibility and Interoperability
Hold up to a 9-way video conference from your GVC3200 that is interoperable with 3rd party SIP video conferencing platforms plus compatibility with:
Android Video Applications,
Skype for Business,
and Blue Jeans
See How it Works, Register for Webinar
To see what the GVC3200 looks like in action, check out this detailed GVC3200 product demo video from Grandstream:
The dual SIP-based and Android-based platform on the GVC3200 was designed to eliminate barriers to hosting successful video conferences with multiple callers using multiple platforms with its ability to bridge calls from Android apps into a SIP conference.
Click here to register for our webinar on November 5, 2015 to ask questions and get answers on how the GVC3200 will work for your business.
It’s frustrating when you’re trying to coordinate a video conference call and it simply does not work.
The typical (annoying) scenario you find yourself in is that you have multiple parties calling in from different locations and they are all using different technology.
Interoperability is a claim that a lot of devices and platforms make but, getting different systems to talk with one another so that you can talk with your colleagues isn’t always as easy as we’re led to believe.
Video Conferencing with SIP and Android
Introducing the new Grandstream GVC3200 video conferencing solution.
To see the GVC3200 in action watch the video below which explains installation, how to add monitors, how to use the included wall mount, computer screen sharing options, Bluetooth connectivity, how to use the remote and the remote control Android app, and more:
Our tech support team here at VoIP Supply offers great pre- and post-sale support plus provisioning, consultations, and configuration and installation help.
We get a lot of VoIP hardware and software questions and realized that these solutions should be shared with everyone.
Here now are our top real questions and answers from this past week (from VoIP users just like you).
Q: What is the range of the Ruckus ZoneFlex T300 Outdoor Wireless Access Point? Does it come with software or do I need to purchase software separately? How many users can it support? Does the T300 support IPTV streams?
In everyday applications, your maximum distance is determined by your uplink signal, not the access point downlink. A good rule of thumb for the Ruckus T300 is to plan on a distance of less than a football field for optimal coverage assuming moderate usage.
All Ruckus access points can run in standalone mode. But, you’ll get a lot more functionality when you use the T300 with a Ruckus ZoneDirector Software Platform.