I have a set of GrandStream GXP2110 phone sets. Reading up on the programmable buttons, the HOWTOs say the programmable buttons will save in an .xml file, but scans of the entire FreePBX box using “locate xml” shows no .xml files associated with the phone sets.
I guess I’m missing something and wanted to copy the programmed buttons to other sets, and can not find any other help on HOWTO do this other than the .xml file entries.
Hoping someone out there has done this and can give me a tip on it.
I’m not too sure as to which programmable buttons you are referring to. Are you referring to the Multipurpose keys that can be configured as BLF and Speed Dial? If so, you can review the Grandstream provisioning guide which talks about the whole entire provisioning process via binary or xml. Here’s the link to that:
You can download the Grandstream configuration templates here:
The template itself are in a format that works with the Grandstream Configuration tool, but it can also be used as a reference tool to find the exact parameters you need.
Found this info at:
and seems to be what I need but the install instructions on this are totally vauge, so not sure what to do.
Anyone done this before that can get me enlightened?
Just remember that you can’t just put up a plain xml file. It need to be “compressed/processed” before the phone will accept it. When configuring via EPM, it will be done for you. If you don’t use EPM you will have to download Grandstream’s software and do with that program.
I found and downloaded/installed 4 different EndPoint Managers, but nothing fixes my real problem here. Somehow the config files, seem confused and my “Static IPs” keep rolling to either “DHCP” or to a 192.168.x.x, when the entire network is on 10.10.x.x. and in the process loosing all the button assignments.
Need an EndPoint Manager that shows me all the IP info, Static ==> Yes/No, IP Address, Button assigns, and ability to copy info (like a template) from Phone1 to Phone2,3,4,… without loosing the Name and other “Extension” data, since this is at the “Device” level.
Down to 2 phones, and they are in locked offices.