Grandstream GDS3710: What is it?

The GDS3710 is a new hemispheric HD IP Video Door System that can be used to monitor an area from wall to wall without any blind spots. This high-definition IP surveillance camera provides 180-degree coverage for maximum security. It has 1080p FHD video resolutions for clear video in all lighting conditions.

The GDS3710 is also an IP Intercom that serves as an access control unit. It has a built-in digital microphone that can pick up noise up to 1.5 meters away. It also has a built-in HD loudspeaker with a range of 3 meters. The GDS3710 features full duplex audio with advanced Active Echo cancellation (AEC) and Background Noise Suppression so that you can hear only what is important.

Different Access Options:

Independent Access:                                 Controlled Access:
RFID cards or fobs                                           Ring doorbell
Custom numeric codes                                    Dial an extension
Guest codes (with time settings)                     Motion detection
Dual authentication (RFID & code combination)

The GDS3710 supports alarm-in and alarm-out technology with (2) alarm inputs for door sensors or other like devices and (2) alarm outputs for electric locks, light switches or like devices.

Where can the GDS3710 be used?

Home Security

The GDS3710 is ideal for home security and access control. Users can monitor the perimeter as well as use the GDS3710 as a way to let visitors in and out of the property. You can set the GDS3710 to only sound when someone rings the doorbell, or you can also set it to detect motion and trigger an alarm.


Small and Medium Businesses

The GDS3710 is a great tool for small to medium sized offices, apartment units or dorms where there is a need to control who enters a building. The GDS3710 can be programmed to require a custom numeric code, a RFID card or fob in order to gain access to a building or area.


Multiple locations

In a multiple location scenario integration with Grandstream’s IP PBX’s and Video Recorders would be essential for seamless integration. A PoE Switch will also be necessary. The GDS could be used to control more than entry into a building. It could be used to control lighting and trigger alarms for specified scenarios.


Facility Complex

Similar to a SMB deployment, the GDS3710 can be used to serve as an access control unit in an office, school or housing complex. When used with a Grandstream video phone, for example, a receptionist would be able to see who is standing at the door of the office right on her desk phone. The receptionist would be able to talk to the visitor and open the door directly through the deskphone.


GDS3710 and Grandstream Phones

The GDS3710 can be used with  Grandstream’s GXP2100 Series allowing users to open and close doors, store snapshots, watch live video feeds as well as use the intercom functionality through the phone’s interface. The GDS3710 can also be used with Grandstream’s GXV3275 and GXV3240 for full integration including motion detection configuration to store video feeds.

When used with Grandstream’s GXP1600 Series and GXP1700 Series users will only enjoy the Intercom feature, voice only.

GDS3710 and Grandstream Video Recorders

You can record to the Grandstream GVR3552 and the GVR3550 and also directly store live video feed.

How is the GDS3710 Managed?

You can manage your GDS3710 through the GDSManager, a free management software. Through the manager you can manage the RFID cards, view reports for door entrance as well as manage attendance.


The GDSManager is available to download on Go to the “Resources” page and then find the GDS3710.

GDSManager Manual

GDS3710 General Deployment Reference Sheet
Learn more about GDS3710


Are you using or selling Grandstream’s GWN WiFi products? If yes, you may be excited to hear this!

Grandstream is looking for ideal candidates with extensive experience in the WiFi Networking industry to test their new outdoor long-range WiFi Access Point (AP). This new WiFi AP will be a new addition to their existing line of wireless networking products: the GWN series. Check out some features you can expect:

  • Wave 2 802.11ac WiFi AP with 2×2:2 MU-MIMO and beam forming technology
  • Dual-band wireless throughput of up to 1.27Gbps with coverage range of up to 275 meters
  • Dual Gigabit network ports with PoE (802.3af) and Kensington security lock
  • Supports up to 16 SSID per radio and 450+ concurrent clients per AP
  • Waterproof and extreme temperature resistant for outdoor deployments (operates from -30℃ to 60℃)
  • Embedded provisioning controller to manage up to 30 GWN76xx WiFi APs without separate controller hardware/software

The deadline to apply is May 31st, 2017! Apply today here.

You can also apply at Grandstream’s Beta Club to be a member of the Grandstream Beta Club for the opportunity to become an exclusive beta tester for their future products.

grandstream-logoThe VoIP Supply team gets a lot of questions from VoIP users over time. Lately, we have received some about Grandstream Affinity. What is Granstream Affinity? How can Grandstream customers benefit from it? Let’s find out together.


What is Grandstream Affinity?

Grandstream Affinity is a free application that links your computer and the GXP endpoint in one Computer Telephony Integration (CTI) solution. This is publicly available for anyone to use and download.

grandstream-affinityIt is utilized to connect between a computer and phone and increase call efficiency and overall work productivity. Users gain access to smooth call management with the Grandstream GXP2100 and GXP1700 series phones via desktop running Grandstream Affinity.

Grandstream Affinity features powerful call management (e.g. call control, such as call hold, do not disturb, call forward, conferencing) and easy contact synchronization. It is also capable of communicating with any of Grandstream’s UCM series of IP PBX, for fast discovery and configuration.


How to Set Up Grandstream Affinity

After downloading the application through the “Resources” section of any GXP phone’s product page on, you can choose Simple, Advanced or Discovery setup mode. Each provide convenient configuration possibilities to any deployment.

Simple mode gives you a fast integration between your computer and desktop phone; Advanced mode enables you to discover Grandstream Affinity capable phones within the same network. Discovery mode allows you to pair GXP phones with CTI functionality that broadcasts their IP addresses using mDNS.

For more information about Grandstream Affinity, download the Grandstream Affinity brochure and the User Guide here! Or call our VoIP Specialists at 1-800-398-8647.

May 11, 2017 – Grandstream Networks, Inc. announced that their IPVideoTalk has been awarded a 2017 WebRTC Product of the Year winner by TMC, a global, integrated media company.

IPVideoTalk is Grandstream’s subscription-based video conferencing and web service designed to improve collaboration. Users can easily link GVC’s to hold meetings from various locations that can also be joined through the web with any WebRTC-enabled browser (Firefox, Chrome) from anywhere in the world.


IPVideoTalk has a user-friendly interface where users have access to many great features such as meeting scheduler, manage contact/ devices, set-up customizable, automatic thank you emails and reporting of the results of a meeting/ webinar. Through the interface, administrators can easily send out invites to corresponding parties by entering their email addresses.

“It gives me great pleasure to honor Grandstream as a 2017 recipient of the WebRTC Product of the Year Award for their innovative product, IPVideoTalk,” said Rich Tehrani, CEO, TMC. “Our judges were very impressed with the ingenuity and excellence displayed by Grandstream in their groundbreaking work on IPVideoTalk.”

Congratulations Grandstream! We are excited to see more customers benefit from this outstanding conferencing solution!


This day and age, it is hard to imagine a business that runs successfully without the Internet. It’s the lifeblood of any sustainable organization, and lately, it goes far beyond having a website and being able to send emails.

Most businesses need the Internet to function. If you are running an e-commerce business then having, or not having the Internet is life or death. If you are running a brick and mortar business, then chances are you use VoIP for your telecommunication needs.

These examples of how having the Internet for your business are extremely important, but the Internet dependability still goes even further! While the possibilities of what the Internet can do for your business are endless, this blog will stop at WiFi.

WiFi is so important these days. It enables most devices to access the Internet wirelessly! But sometimes WiFi signals can weaken if you are too far out of range. This is a big problem for multi-floor businesses and businesses that have large warehouses.

We all use WiFi to deliver the Internet to our cell phones and even our laptops, but more and more, we are seeing businesses using WiFi phones! For these businesses, it is imperative that there is a strong WiFi signal throughout the whole building.

That is where the Grandstream GWN7610 WiFi Access Point comes in! This handy device can be installed to extend WiFi coverage to where you need it most, like your huge warehouse! If your warehouse employees are using WiFi phones to communicate to get the job done, then you may want to invest the GWN7610 to ensure great WiFi coverage.


This blog is not going to get into how to set up your GWN7610 or tell you how to configure it the way you want it. This is a Basic how-to blog, so today I am going to tell you how to physically mount your GWN7610, and guess what? It’s simple! Just follow these easy steps!


How to Mount the Grandstream GWN7610 WiFi Access Point

  1. Position the mounting bracket at the desired location on the all with the arrow pointing up.
  2. Use a pencil to mark the four mounting holes (screw holes DIA 5.5 mm)
  3. Insert screw anchors into the 5.5 mm holes.
  4. Attach the mounting bracket to the wall by inserting the screws into the anchors.
  5. Align the arrow on the GWN7610 with the arrow on the locking tab of the mounting bracket and ensure that your GWN is firmly seated on the mounting bracket.
  6. Turn the GWN clockwise until it locks into place and fits the locking tab.

And that’s it! Once you have this bad boy mounted, it will be up to your fantastic IT department to get it up and running! This process is also a very user-friendly and Grandstream has done a great job mapping it out in their user manual for you to understand.

Soon after your GWN7610 is working, you should notice a big difference in WiFi signal strength. Especially for the hard working people in the warehouse, or even the office workers that are stuck on the top floor of your building!

Do you use access points to extend your WiFi range? Do you use the GWN7610? If not, what are you using? We want to know!

**For those who find it easy to visually follow installation instructions, here’s a diagram!


grandstream-award-2017VoIP Supply received the Gold Level Distribution Partner Award by Grandstream at Channel Partners event this year. This award is to recognize VoIP Supply as a valuable partner with Grandstream and thank them for their dedication in marketing and sales efforts.

VoIP Supply is committed to building strong relationships with our partners, employees, customers and the community to bring the greatest value at all time. We are honored to be Grandstream’s long-time partner and share the same value and dedication.

Thank you to Grandstream for this special award! We look forward to serving more customers together in the future!

Do you have questions about VoIP?

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.

In the previous Mom’s calling Q&A series, we have discussed: Can Skype Work on the Grandstream GXV3275 and GXV3240? Today, we have more new real questions and answers from VoIP users just like you. Let’s take a look!

Grandstream DP750 Ringing Stopped Working. What Can I Do?

Q: I have a handful of Grandstream DP750 with headsets at different customer sites and they all experience similar inbound call issues. The most common is that the phones will work fine inbound and outbound after a reboot but within a few minutes inbound ringing stops working but outbound calls work fine. Please advise.

A: Try factory reset the phone after the firmware upgrade and re-register the handset to the base station. It should solve your issues. Here is the DP750/DP720 Firmware Release Note for your reference:

Stay Tuned

Come back for more VoIP questions and answers next time! If you have VoIP questions to ask us please submit a technical support ticket or contact our VoIP experts today at 866-582-8591.

Do you have questions about VoIP?

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.

In previous Mom’s calling Q&A series, we have discussed: What Features are Included in the 3CX Standard Edition? Today, we have more new real questions and answers from VoIP users just like you.

Can Skype Work on the Grandstream GXV3275 and GXV3240

Q: Will Skype (free), NOT Skype for Business, work on the Grandstream GXV3275 and Grandstream GXV3240?

A: Running Skype on the phone(s) is possible. Access Google Play store and download the application. Then use your sign-in credentials as you would on your PC.

Stay Tuned

Come back for more VoIP questions and answers next time! If you have VoIP questions to ask us, please submit a technical support ticket or contact our VoIP experts today at 866-582-8591.


These days, whether you like it or not, technology plays a huge role in our everyday lives. Things like smartphones, tablets, laptops, and even smartwatches are used by millions of people every day and it is becoming harder and harder to remember life without these devices.

And while these devices play a huge role in our everyday personal lives, they have seemingly dominated the workplace as well. Hearing the term BYOD is nothing new and having the ability to use these devices for work is becoming the norm.

Being able to work away from the office and your desk is a great and freeing feeling, but sometimes you have no choice but to check in and set up shop for the day in your office.

For these days, we sometimes end up using our desktop PCs and desk phones instead of our tablets, cell phones, and laptops. So why wouldn’t you want the latest and greatest technology for your desk too? I know I would.

Thie brings us to the Grandstream GXV3240. This phone is packed with so many features it is ridiculous. It is basically a cell phone for your desk. It has everything from a built-in camera for video calling and taking pictures to having its own music player!

gxp3240While I could go on and on about what this phone is equipped with, for this blog, I wanted to single out one feature that I thought was particularly awesome when I was researching the product. That feature is the ability to record calls and store them right on your phone!

Not only is this a convenient tool to have, but it is simple to use too! All you have to do is follow these easy steps and you will be on your way to archiving all your important calls right on the GXV3240 itself!

How to Record a Call on the Grandstream GXV3240

  1. Make a call, obviously! Once you are on a call your GXV3240 screen will display two main options in the form of soft buttons. One of the soft buttons is Options and the other is End.
  2. Press the Options button, it will bring up two choices. One choice being Video On and the other being Start Recording.
  3. Press Start Recording and your call will begin to be recorded, that’s it!
  4. To stop the recording you can tap Options again and hit Stop Recording or just hang up the call

The recorded files are automatically stored and can be retrieved from the GXV3240 application called Recorder that you can find in the Applications Menu.

This is a much faster and easier way to record and save important calls rather than having to retrieve them from your service providers call logs! So, for all of you who have the Grandstream GXV3240 on your desk, happy recording!

Do you use the Grandstream GXV3240 or another IP desk phone that can record calls with ease? If so, let us know what your experience has been like, we want to know!

Grandstream and BroadSoft customers are in luck! Grandstream Networks and BroadSoft, a global market share leader for cloud business communications, announced today that they have completed BroadSoft’s BroadWorks® call control platform interoperability testing for Grandstream’s new products including GXP1700 series Mid-Range IP phones and HT800 series Analog Telephone Adapters (ATAs).

Service providers and customers using BroadSoft’s business platform can now deploy Grandstream’s GXP1700 IP phones. The HT800 series ATAs can also be deployed to integrate analog phones with IP network.

grandstream-logoThis successful interoperability testing unlocks all Grandstream’s current IP phones and ATAs to be interoperable with the BroadSoft Business Software-as-a-service (SaSS). The validated IP phones include the GXP1600 series, GXP1700 series, GXP2100 series, GXV series, DECT Cordless IP Phones and more! We are excited to see how our customers will benefit from this great integration in the near future!

For additional information please call one of our experienced VoIP consultants at 800-305-1427.

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