[asterisk-users] Grandstream GXP2140
crt.rojas at gmail.com
Wed Apr 15 14:32:19 CDT 2015
If you are going to use only a phone, it's fine, but if you are going to
install a lot of grandstream's phones, probably you network traffic is
going to increase a lot.
On Wed, Apr 15, 2015 at 3:12 PM, <dsidir at hcmr.gr> wrote:
> I'm working with GXP2130.
> About 12 phone on gigabit with PC after phone.
> With Vlans on CISCO switch is stable and not so difficult.
> This configuration running without problems since July 2013.
> Quoting jg <webaccounts173 at jgoettgens.de>:
> I have a customer looking to deploy about 20 Grandstream GXP2140 phones.
>>> Normally they would deploy Yealink brand phones but they want a phone with
>>> gigabit pass through and the Yealinks with gigabit are too expensive for
>>> their budget.
>>> Does anyone on the list have experience with the GXP2140? Is it a
>>> reliable phone? Does anyone have recommendations for other phones with
>>> gigabit pass through?
>>> I'd be generally careful with the second ethernet connection. One
>> should look at the chipset of the phone. I had pretty bad experiences with
>> somewhat older TI based phones, regardless of the manufacturer. The
>> problems became apparent in mixed environments, where some connections were
>> gigabit and others not. It can be a nightmare, if you have to offer support.
>> The best bet is to buy one, and check the performance of the connections.
>> I use some GrandStream products myself and the product quality is now much
>> better compared to a couple of years ago.
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