A python tool to allow creation of encrypted Grandstream GXP 20xx (VOIP Phone) configs from a set of templates.
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README.md

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Modify the template .conf files in templates/ for your usage, or create a new one for your specific phone. Bear in mind the following replacements can be pasted into the config anywhere to insert a phone-specific value:

    • %(phone_name)s
    • %(sip_name)s
    • %(sip_server)s
    • %(config_server)s
    • %(firmware_server)s
    • %(sip_auth)s
    • %(sip_pass)s
    • %(auth_prepend)s
    • %(auth_append)s
    • %(xml_path)s

    It is also possible to add vars to the equipment and phones sections of the gxpgen.conf file, and these will be combined together for each phone (e.g. each phone has access to the contents of the 'equipment' section and the specific 'phones' section that matches its' MAC.

    e.g. It would be possible to add sip_port: 5061 to gxpgen.conf, and then refer to it in a template using %(sip_port)s.

  2. Modify the gxpgen.conf file to contain the correct values for your setup ('equipment' section settings apply for all phones, and each specific phone takes extra values from the 'phones' section based on its' MAC address. Phone specific settings are things like sip_auth and sip_pass, whereas equipment settings would be suitable for setting dns_server or the like.

  3. Execute ./gxpgen.py and check output.

  4. Serve the newly created cfg directory via HTTP, and tell your phones to use that address as their configuration server.

LICENSE

Copyright © 2011-2012, Ben Agricola. See the COPYING file for license rights and limitations (MIT).