Grandstream GXP2010 4-line "Key System" IP Phone


The Grandstream GXP2010 was designed to be the cost-effective choice for the busy call center or small business that wants the feature functionality of a Key System. The 18 programmable speed-dial keys enable one-button access to office personnel and the 11 dedicated keys create one-button access to indispensable telephony features including hold, conference, mute, do-no-disturb, intercom, transfer, speaker and voicemail.

Press release Sept 24, 2007

  • Technical Features & Benefits
    • Support SIP (RFC3261), TCP/IP/UDP, RTP/RTCP, HTTP, ARP, ICMP, DNS (A record and SRV), DHCP(both client and server), PPPoE, TFTP, NTP
    • Dual switched 10/100Mbps Ethernet ports w/integrated Power-over-Ethernet (802.3af)
    • Support NAT traversal (STUN, etc), server fail-over, SIP presence (SIMPLE), and more
    • Backlit 240x120 high resolution graphic LCD with multi-level gray scales
  • Call Features & Benefits
    • 4 lines indicators with individual SIP account profiles
    • 18 programmable hard keys and 3 XML programmable context-sensitive soft keys
    • Multi-line support of up to 22 call appearance lines with dual-color LED indicators
    • Support Caller ID display or block, per call or permanent
    • Call waiting, hold, mute, transfer (blind or attended), forward, and more
    • Multi-party conferencing (up to 4-way) and shared line appearances
    • Expandable through expansion key-modules (pending)
  • Handset Features & Benefits
    • Full duplex speakerphone w/advanced audio echo cancellation
    • Headset jack (2.5 mm and RJ11) for broad headset compatibility
    • Secure and automated provisioning for mass deployment
    • SRTP and TLS (pending) for privacy protection

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Edit: GXP-2010 - voip-info.org

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Busy Lamp Field issue

Note: this model has serious problems with the Busy Lamp Field feature when connected to Asterisk. The issue has not been solved by Grandstream, and applies even to the latest firmware version. Currently the only solution might involve modifying Asterisk source code and recompiling it http://forums.grandstream.com/forums/index.php?topic=1922.0.
Created by: timbo, Last modification: Wed 30 of Oct, 2013 (15:27 UTC) by jhops
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