Background: I have a couple of phones that work differently and I can’t figure out what is different between them. I got the bright idea of doing a Download Device Configuration on each of them and comparing the two. (If I recall correctly I have to sort them first, as the order is not defined.) Firmware is the latest official firmware, 220.127.116.11.
But if I do a Download Device Configuration I get a very short file with maybe 20 P-values. I thought it was supposed to list all of them. There should be hundreds.
I’m working with Grandstream support on this but have been unable to get the support person to understand. (Ticket #20181114095406).
Am I correct in my understanding of what Download Device Configuration should do? Could someone with a similar phone try it to see if it is a bug in the firmware?
As a workaround I’m trying to modify one of my old Powershell scripts to compare P-values in a pair of devices using SSH. If I get it working I’ll post it.
Yes I know I should be using Zero Config, and that doing so would solve my problem. I’m just afraid to try to convert over, plus I think Zero Config can’t be used on phones connected using OpenVPN and I have a couple of them, one of which is one of the phones I’m having trouble with.