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# 140780 20-Feb-2014 07:14
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Started having a play with a GXP2100 last night. 

Got it sort of working but a few little issues.

It seems to drop registration some times and my dial plan is just wrong. 

I've set up STUN and ticked every box that I can think of to make it stay connected, but just shooting in the dark a little.

It doesn't dial the number right away, which suggests I should have a different dial plan.

Has anyone set one of these up in .nz who would care to share some screen shots of the config that works?





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  # 990924 20-Feb-2014 09:25
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Have you tried bringing the registration time down? Somewhere around 180 perhaps?

Then have a look for the Keep-Alive settings. Have it send a keep-alive every 60 seconds and that should be ample to keep the firewall open. Shouldn't really need to use STUN.

What are you running for a firewall/router?

Haven't used Grandstream myself but it sounds like a general issue you are having.

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  # 990937 20-Feb-2014 09:32
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I use a GXP2000 with multiple 2talk lines, not sure of the differences with the 2000 vs 2100 model, but can provide a screenshot if you want?


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  # 991078 20-Feb-2014 13:01
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GXP2000 - account page:

Advanced settings page:

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  # 991083 20-Feb-2014 13:09
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Thanks Snowflake. That UI is quite different to the one on the 2100. I might do some screen prints when I've got it going properly to share for others too.


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