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Grandstream GXP 2160 IP Phone

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Grandstream GXP 2160 6 Line / Account, SIP / IP Phone - PoE, Inc PSU

Part Number: GXP2160

The GXP 2160 is a Linux-based SIP/IP phone for VoIP with 6 lines, 5 XML programmable soft keys, and 5-way conferencing.This VoIP desk phone also comes with full manufacturers warranty for 1 year, and is compatible with all major UC platforms.

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More Information - Grandstream GXP 2160 IP Phone

HD audio and a 4.3" colour LCD screen create high quality calls, while the 24 BLF (Busy Lamp Field) keys and Bluetooth, USB and RJ-9 EHS versatility for headsets. The GXP 2160 is perfect for Enterprise & SMB customers with the need for quality and versatility in their desktop communications

GXP 2160 Key Highlights

  • 480x272 TFT color LCD
  • 6 dual-colour line keys (with 6 SIP accounts). 5 programmable context-sensitive soft keys. Up to 5-way conferencing and 24 dual-colour BLF extension keys
  • Automated provisioning using TR-069 or AES encrypted XML configuration file.
  • TLS/SRTP/HTTPS for advanced security and privacy protection
  • Integrated real-time web applications [weather, currency, etc.]

What's in the Box?

  • GXP2160 IP Phone
  • Handset & Phone Cord
  • 12v UK Power Adaptor
  • Ethernet Cable
  • Phone Desk Stand
  • Quick Start Guide
  • 2 x Wall Mount

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