GDMS Beta!


#1

The new GDMS beta is now available! I just got the email.

It is supposed to replace GAPS eventually. Some devices are supported right now.

@grandstream Still need a category for this.


#2

Signed in and exploring. This will go a LONG WAY towards helping us deploy Grandstream in our hosted environment, since provisioning has always been a real PITA.

Can’t wait to see what it does.


#3

It seems very powerful compared to GAPS! It allows for multi-site management as well as device templates.

I might even use this instead of 3CX Provisioning!

I tried adding my devices but I get a “MAC address does not exists” error. Do you have this? Only a few devices are compatible for now.


#4

Anyone know of a way to get the s/n from a GXP21** phone web gui?

Thanks


#5

No, you can’t. This is a MAJOR complaint for years.

But don’t worry, GXP devices are not (yet?) supported by this tool so you’re not missing anything.


#6

oh crap i miss read the key features. GXV not GXP :frowning: oh well

Thanks hope they release new firmware so we can get it when they do add them.

Thanks for the quick reply!


#7

Right now, GDMS supports:

  • GXV3370 (fw 1.0.1.43)
  • GRP2614
  • DP750/752 (fw 1.0.9.9)
  • WP820

#8

DP752, cannot too.

GSC3510 (not yet supported) but doesn’t show the S/N in web portal either.


#9

I’ve posted the full text of the intro mail, which includes a link to the full press release information from Grandstream, here (GDMS Beta Information)


#10

I liked GAPS so this looks like a much needed update. And I like that it can also configure “SIP Accounts” which can be useful to manage easier those singletons.


#11

DP752 is manageable via GDMS cloud. I’ve had 2 already setup for weeks.
I heard about the GDMS cloud from voipsupply when they sent out a webinar request for may 16th, and have been running two DP752’s on it since then.


#12

Yes, the link worked before today. I’ve been signed up for a week now.

I just hope more devices will be supported, specially the new GXV3380 and the GSC3510 (which I am testing).


#13

GAPS was basically a redirection service, nothing more.

GDMS will allow management, diagnostic and more of devices using TR-069.


#14

I have added my DP720 but shows disconnected… device firmware is 1.0.9.1 … Do i need to do anything with the phone/base did power cycle


#15

Upgrade to beta 1.0.9.9.

It is written in the GDMS what version are supported.


#16

OK so we are at firmware 1.0.9.9 still showing disconnected after reboot


#17

Yeah mine does too. It won’t connect.

Also, my GXV3370 is orange. I get this message: “Something is wrong with the device’s NAT configuration. The device can still download configuration and firmware files from GDMS, but GDMS cannot communicate with the device for remote management.”


#18

OK, Well i guess we will wait and see what to do next then…


#19

I am attempting to setup a GXV3370 (I am on the recommended firmware). I have enabled TR-069 and added the device to GDMS. I am not seeing a connection. I tried adding info for ACS URL/UN/PW but that does not seem to help. I made an assumption that www.gdms.cloud was the ACS URL but there is no documentation that I have found that suggest that is correct. So I am hitting the forums. Other than enabling TR-069 are there any other parameters that need to be set in order for it to connect to GDMS?


#20

insert “Sip account” and “Sip server” for what is it for? :cold_face: