Grandstream GXP2100 4-line IP Phone
The Grandstream GXP2100 is a 4-line SIP phone which features a 180x90 backlit graphical LCD display. The GXP2100 adds functionality with 3 XML programmable softkeys and 7 XML programmable BLF keys. The GXP2100 has dual 10/100 auto sensing network ports with integrated PoE and supports automated provisioning for large deployments. The sound quality of the GXP2100 is a cut above the old generation Grandstream phones since it supports G.722 Wideband codec for true HD quality audio.
Grandstream GXP2100 Product Overview
Grandstream GXP2100 Specifications:Protocols:
- SIP RFC3261
- G.729 A/B
- G.711 u/a law
- DTMF (in-band and out-of-band
- RJ-9 and 2.5mm headset jack
- Multilanguage support (English, German, French, Spanish, Chinese, Korean, Japanese, etc)
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- Backlit Display
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- Headset Interface
- 2.5mm, RJ9
- EHS Support
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Why Pay $99.00 for the Grandstream GXP2100?
Back-lit 180x90 graphical LCD display with up to 8 level grayscale
Dual 10/100Mbps Ethernet ports
Both RJ9 and 2.5mm jacks for professional and casual use
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We've tried Polycom 335's, Digium D40s, and Grandstream GXP2100's and based on reviewing and using them we are standardizing on these Grandstream phones.
Call quality is great, BLF features are great, and the price is good as well.
I haven't dealt with Grandstream for support so I can't speak to the company, but I can say for the quality, features, price, and ease of deployment we will be using these as our default desk phone from now on.
Side note: we're using it with Elastix (an Asterisk based PBX) using a free Endpoint Manager plugin.
Total piece of steaming crap from crappy company.