The Grandstream GXP2200 is a unique IP phone that blends great functionality with flexibility. The standout feature of this phone is that it runs on Android and includes a touch screen display which elevates this device above most phones due to the added functionality and media capabilities that this offers. However that is not to say the GXP2200 is without fault, for instance the lack of a built in webcam is a puzzling omission, and the inclusion of this feature would further expand it’s usability to allow not just SIP to SIP video calls, but Skype, Google+ and other popular video chatting applications. But even that aside there are many things to admire about this phone which would convince most potential buyers that it is worth the surprisingly low price of entry for this type of hardware. Continue reading
Monthly Archives: March 2013
In our first article on Call treatments we covered basic settings, terminology, and configuration as well as some simple real world examples of Call treatment rules. This article will cover slightly more advanced configurations of Call treatment rules, as well as provide some real world examples of how you can use these rules in your everyday life. To help you get started, we’ll need to layout some ground rules first.
In December 2012 we introduced a few free mobile SIP clients and gave our mini-reviews of each. Due to the popularity of these clients we thought we would follow up with some mini-reviews of paid SIP clients. As before this is not meant to be a be-all/end-all article but rather a tool to help you decide which option would be best based on our experience.