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  1. #1
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    Default Testing the GXP2200

    So we received a Grandstream GXP2200 today, and it works great. One thing I noticed is that you have to put your user id in both the "SIP USER ID" and "
    SIP Authentication ID" fields or it will not register.

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    Default Re: Testing the GXP2200

    Yes, I have been using this phone with VOIPO for couple of months now. It is really a nice phone with lot of customization options. Yes for some reason, it need both fields to be filled to successfully authenticate the account.

    Another thing I noticed that you need to remove all other codecs and keep only PCMU in order to work smoothly with VOIPO. If you guys have any other tips, please share them

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    Default Re: Testing the GXP2200

    I actually did not have to make any other adjustments other than having both fields filled out

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    Default Re: Testing the GXP2200

    I have been looking at this phone, what things have you guys found out?

    Does this work good with the voipo PBX system?

    Thanks!

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    Default Re: Testing the GXP2200

    Yes its working great, I have a PBX connected to it along with a couple of direct lines. Works like a charm.

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    Default Re: Testing the GXP2200

    Quote Originally Posted by uf_shane View Post
    Yes its working great, I have a PBX connected to it along with a couple of direct lines. Works like a charm.
    So do you have this running on VOIPo's PBX? and if so how would you set it up with 5 lines, having line#1 as main in-out line and lines 2-5 incoming only. all going to IVR. But have a way to know when a call comes in, you can tell which of the 5 lines it came in on.

    Thanks

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    Default Re: Testing the GXP2200

    Well you could monitor 6 extensions without the expansion, but as for lines, you would not be able to monitor the actual lines.

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    Default Re: Testing the GXP2200

    Quote Originally Posted by uf_shane View Post
    Well you could monitor 6 extensions without the expansion, but as for lines, you would not be able to monitor the actual lines.
    I'm getting the expansion unit. so the only way would be in the call logs.

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    Default Re: Testing the GXP2200

    uf_shane

    do know what to program if a line is setup as a regular sip with voipo number, to get the * codes to go through. If i dial like *21 i get a busy signal but right after that if i push the green tel button it calls and i get a "thank You".

    Thanks

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