With today's article, GTC will guide you to install Grandstream IP phone switchboard in detail but extremely simple so that mastering a Grandstream IP phone is not too difficult for any customer. any product wishing to use this product line. Follow us on the article below.

Log in to the IP PBX system, set the IP address and change the password:
Step 1: Login to the PBX system:

The first step in the setup guide for Grandstream IP PBX is to guide users to log in to the PBX system. Right after you plug in the power source, then plug the network port into you will see the IP address of the switchboard displayed on the screen.

We use any browser to type in the IP address of the switchboard with the initial login user / pass: admin / admin

Step 2: Change the IP address of the operator:

With the PBX we are required to set a static IP address, to ensure this ip address is not changed when restarting.

After changing the song, we save it, reboot the switchboard and log in with the new IP address

Step 3: Change login password:

Go to Setting -> Change password -> type the old password and enter the new password to change

Step 4: Set the date and time:

Go to Setting and select Time setting and then set the date and time.

Set up the range of extensions used for the PBX system:
After you have completed the basic preliminaries for the instruction of installing Grandstream IP PBX, the next thing you need to do is to set up a range of extensions for your PBX system. To create an extension, just follow the steps below:

Go to PBX then select Internal options and then select the General item to proceed with setting up the extension range according to your needs.

Declare extension, configure extension for IP phone:

After setting up the extension range, the next step in Grandstream IP PBX setup guide is to guide users to declare extensions and configure extensions for IP phones. The declaration will include the following 3 basic steps:

Step 1: Declare each extension phone:

Go to PBX -> Basic / Call routs -> Extension -> Create new sip extension:

Step 2: Declare the extension range automatically:

Go to PBX -> Basic / Call routs -> Extension -> Create new sip extension:

Step 3: Automatic configuration of Grandstream IP phones for each extension:

Grandstream IP PBX is capable of assigning an extension to each MAC address on the phone, that is, you do not have to install each phone 1, you just need to assign the MAC address of the phone with any number we need.

Go to PBX -> Basic / Call routs -> Zero config

Declare the group of extensions in the same group to be able to rob the bell:
Go to Basic -> Call Feature -> Call Pickup

Declare access to the post office, IFoneVNN, Siptrunk VTN, Siptrunk FPT, Siptrunk CMC or 1800,1900, ...
a. Declare Analog trunks:

Go to PBX -> Basic / Call routs -> Analog Trunk -> Create new Analog Trunk:

b. Declaring SIPtrunk trunks of contractors FPT, CMC, Viettle, VNPT, 1800 ..., 1900:

Go to PBX -> Basic / Call routs -> Analog Trunk -> Create VoIP trunk -> Create new Siptrunk

Report incoming calls (Ringing directly to extensions, greetings, group ringing, time zone ringing ...)

One of the items to note in the instruction to install Grandstream IP PBX is the instruction to set up the bell and greeting for the PBX system. The implementation includes the following steps:

Go to PBX -> Basic / Call routs -> Inbount routs -> Create New inbount Rule:

a. How to set up working time zone

b. The modes call the switchboard

There are many call-in modes but normally interested in 3 types of calls

- Extension: Incoming calls will ring directly on an extension

- Queue: Incoming calls will ring on a group of extensions with optional ringing rule

- IVR: Incoming calls will hear greetings and then press required functions (This works like 1080 ...)

c. Declare ringing extension group:

Go to PBX -> Call feature -> Call Queue -> Create New Queue:

After creating this step, you will return to step b above to choose to ring in the Queue group with the name you just created

d. The declaration rings on the greeting:

* Create greetings: There are 2 options for recording greetings

+ Record directly through an extension:

Go to PBX -> Internal Option -> IVR Promt -> Record New IVR promt:

+ Record directly to PC, convert to GSM file format and then upload to the switchboard (This option allows users to combine background music for greetings, creating more professional greetings)

Go to PBX -> Internal Option -> IVR Promt -> Upload IVR promt -> Select the file to upload and then upload

Program to convert files from WAV files to GSM files:

* Create a greeting tree

Go to PBX -> Call Feature -> IVR -> Create New IVR.

Go back to Step b to choose the ringing mode on the greeting tree just created