gs_phone – program to manage and configure Grandstream VOIP phones

Goals

  • Easy to use
  • Automate repetitive tasks
  • Human readable database of users
  • Built in help system
  • Open Source, GPL
  • Scriptable interface

At a Glance

  • Open Source
  • Automates configuration of VOIP phones
  • Managed a set of 40 phone stations from central system

gs_phone is a Linux console program that can manage and configure a group of Grandstream Voip phones. It was developed to help manage medium to large installations of Grandstream Voip phones.

Details

gs_phone was created to help manage large installations of Grandstream Voip phones. Each phone has a couple hundred configuration options, each of which must be set perfectly in order for it to connect to the Voip server. gs_phone managed the network of phones and each of their custom configurations, making provisioning and updates easy.

Technology Used

Status: Complete, inactive development

Company: Little Stream Software, Open Source