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abongard
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Joined: 2009/04/06
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I have the provisioning of the ACCOUNTS working for this device but lost on how to get the BLF's and the SPEEDDIALS to provision.

I have looked at the BLF files on different devices and they all vary.

I also cant find any information on the Grandstream website

Any thoughts???

Regards,
Andrew

diffen
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Joined: 2009/10/31
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Hello Andrew,

How did you manage to get the provisioning working using the configuration tool? I have managed to get it working when im using a script on the PBX but not when im calling the same script from Thirdlane. How did you solve that?

Best regards

Jörgen Andersson

Svenska IP-Telefonibolaget AB

eeman
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Joined: 2007/11/06
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try contacting grandstream directly?? good luck. Ive seen some real crap circuits used to save a penny or two in production cost which significantly reduces life and circuit protection. I dont appreciate a vender risking $100 of my money to save $0.02 of theirs. Consider Yealink and digium phones. They are both low cost and dont have that same issue.

Erik Smith
dCAP
Thirdlane/Asterisk Support available
esmith.bgnv@gmail.com

armandomuniz305
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Joined: 2010/09/24
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HI Guys

Well I would agree with Erik but the new grandstream 2124 merritts another look, maybe they learned with there previous mistakes the Grandstream GXP 2000 series was horrible but the GXP2124 i have been testing now for 3 months sounds and feels pretty good I usually make up my mind pretty quick about a phone but this one bite me the last time. Anyways here are the config files for the Grandstream 2124 for Extension provisioning I have not figured out the BLF and speeddials yet but have some I ideas.

Models.txt
[GrandStream-GXP2124]
label=GrandStream GXP2124
lines=4
phone_template=gxp_phone_2100.cfg
line_template=gxp_line_2100.cfg
blf_template=gxp_blf_2100.cfg
;speeddial_template=linksys_speeddial_9xx.cfg
output=cfg${mac}

eeman
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Joined: 2007/11/06
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FWIW the new t4x series of yealink phones might have fixed some issues as well. I am working up their config templates right now. They finally lengthened their handset giving it less of a curve, thereby making it possible to do the ear-shoulder hold-in-place maneuver.

Erik Smith
dCAP
Thirdlane/Asterisk Support available
esmith.bgnv@gmail.com