Grandstream GXP 2000 VIOP Phone.

Discussion in 'VOIP' started by CameraFish, Jun 8, 2006.

  1. CameraFish

    CameraFish Guest

    I'm not a techno geek, but when I see a product advertised as Plug and
    Play it does give me some encouragement to go forward. I thought
    Internet telephony would be the ideal solution for my business. Well I
    purchased a G S 2000, a total load of crap, my PC would not link up to
    the phone, Grandsteam were insolent in there replies to my questions,
    and I suspected they knew they had a serious product problem. Well I
    binned the old G S and brought a new one from a company that promised
    that the phone would be configured to my SIP account, well if these
    guys are going to configure the phone it's got to be working on
    arrival. Dead as a dammed doornail. I've seen a piece of wet lettuce
    with more life in it than this stupid phone has. I have now read to
    many complaints to think any different, they are a total bag of CRAP.
    I hope this posting will save someone the time, heartache and trouble
    in kicking this piece of hardware around in the vain hope that it may
    one day work for them and that Grandstream as seriously taken to task
    over their deplorable product.
    CameraFish, Jun 8, 2006
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    Ivor Jones Guest

    [rant snipped]

    Strange, I know several people (one of whom works for a major VoIP
    provider) who use GXP2000's with no problems at all. Is it possible you've
    made a configuration error or two..?

    Personally, I prefer ATA's with FXS ports as I can plumb them into
    exchange line ports on my PBX but horses for courses.

    Ivor Jones, Jun 9, 2006
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  3. CameraFish

    CameraFish Guest

    Hi Ivor,
    I think you missed the point by a mile.
    CameraFish, Jun 9, 2006
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    C:\Marko Guest

    I have been using GXP 2000 for about one year and I'm very satisfied
    with it. It's best buy VoIP phone for sure

    C:\Marko, Jun 9, 2006
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    Cap Guest

    I know what you mean - SIP for the average joe isn't here yet, unless
    you go with one of the major carriers (Vonage, USA Datanet, AT&T,
    various CATV providers, etc.). Of course, you're locked into their
    limited endpoint offerings (typically an analog only IAD). I've been
    evaluating a few SIP phones, and *none* of them are PnP. The irony is
    that the buzz tells us otherwise; VoIP is the next big thing, it's
    platform independent, etc. (about 80% true; it depends on what
    hardware/software you happen to get). Maybe in another 5 years...
    Cap, Jun 9, 2006
  6. It can be plug and play if you have a decent service provider. For example,
    my first provider sent an SPA-1000 to me fully configured. You can't get
    much easier than plugging in a LAN cable and plugging in an analog phone.
    Jonathan Roberts, Jun 10, 2006
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    Ivor Jones Guest

    So enlighten me. All I saw was a rant about a particular piece of
    equipment that, while I have no personal knowledge of it, has worked fine
    for several people I know who do use it.

    Ivor Jones, Jun 10, 2006
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