Grandstream GXE Review In today’s increasing cost-conscious economy, SMBs are looking for feature-rich IP-PBXs at the lowest call. Fortunately, Grandstream’s GXE and GXE products not only have the basics, they also have some advanced functionality such as call queues – and at . Buy Grandstream GXE IP PBX – 4 Port: Networking Products – ✓ FREE DELIVERY possible on eligible purchases.

Author: Mikagami Kazrashakar
Country: South Africa
Language: English (Spanish)
Genre: Photos
Published (Last): 25 May 2007
Pages: 480
PDF File Size: 15.22 Mb
ePub File Size: 3.18 Mb
ISBN: 641-1-13603-544-8
Downloads: 32165
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader: Mikataur

Many SMBs are willing to sacrifice some advanced telephony features to just get the basics, including call transfer, three-way conferencing, auto-attendant and voicemail. Grandstream sent me a GXE for a test drive.

Grandstream GXE Review

They both also sport two FXS ports for connecting analog phones, fax machines, etc. Hooking up the GXE was a snap. I logged into the default IP address, It provides a quick set-up wizard, which is pre-configured with basic call settings that enable you to quickly configure your GXE.


I grancstream both the wizard and non-wizard method and both are pretty straightforward.

After configuring some extensions, the next step was adding some trunks. The GXE supports four analog lines, so I configured it to use a four-port Teltone analog simulator very easily.

In addition, I was able to assign extensions and to the two analog FXS ports, granddtream can be used for analog phones and credit card or fax machines. For unified messaging, it supports a voicemail-to-email feature with the ability to set the proper SMTP settings for proper email routing. Additionally, it also supports fax-to-email and can also automatically detect fax tones and route it to a user’s fax mailbox.

You can dial the conference bridge extension to join, or even invite other participants by entering in their extension from the web interface. The GXEx series supports parallel ringing, as well as serial or round-robin ringing. Adding various auto-attendant menus such as business hours, after hours, and holidays was pretty straightforward.


One of the most powerful features of the GXEx is the ability to granestream call queues so calls are answered in the order they were received and assigned to agents with the best skills. This is very helpful to debug certain configuration issues and do SIP troubleshooting.

While this may not be critical for SMBs, as companies do grow, they can deploy multiple GXEx devices if they so desire and have a unified extension dialing plan that routes calls over IP. Internet Telephony Magazine Table of Contents. Comments about this site: