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Features of the GXW4104/4108 Grandstream Gateway Series

Grandstream Gateways are synonymous with reliability, security and scalability. Thanks to each of their products, it will be possible to develop and implement a communications network that can operate in conjunction with multiple analog devices with a simple configuration.

Today we will talk about the Grandstream Gateway GXW4104 and 4108 which have been developed with small and medium enterprises in mind. Their objective is to be able to integrate current PSTN lines through an IP PBX system or also with a traditional telephone system in order to avoid incurring extra expenses.

These two Gateways are IP Gateway devices with advanced technology with which we can make an integral communication between all users using IP-PBXs, Softswitches or existing SIP platforms.

With the Grandstream Gateways GXW410x series we find two models that are the GXW4104 (4 ports) and the GXW4108 (8 ports), and each of them stands out for its high quality voice and video, frequent functions of analog PBX telephony and simplicity in the installation process.



Some of the Grandstream Gateway GXW4104 or GXW4108 are compatible with multiple caller ID formats, have PSTN hotline, are compatible with T.38 fax which allows sending a fax over IP and have an advanced security SRTP.

Neotel offers these two Grandstream Gateways so that the possibility of implementation and development of communication activities is as complete as possible because within their general characteristics we find:


  • At voice port level the GXW4104 has 4 FXO and the GXW4108 has 8 FXO.
  • Offer two 10/100 Mbps RJ45 ports
  • Its phone interface is FXO and RJ11
  • Both have On/Off switch
  • Offer features such as G.168 Line Echo Cancel, Dynamic Jitter Buffer, Hanging Tone Detection and integrate automatic switching to G.711
  • IP signalling is based on SIP (RFC 3261)
  • At signaling level PSTN are based on FXO Loop-start
  • Offers G.711, G.723, G.729A/B, GSM, G.726 standards for voice compression
  • Integrates Diffserve, TOS, 802.1P/Q VLAN tagging functions at QoS level
  • IP transport is regulated by RTP/RTCP and PPPoE
  • We can create up to two different accounts and profiles
  • Rack, wall or desk mounting possible
  • Caller ID on both Grandstream Gateway is Bellcore Type 1 and 2, ETSI, BT, NTT and CID based on DTMF.
  • TFTP and HTTP provisioning available
  • Supports Syslog, HTTPS and Telnet, additional Gateway administration can be performed remotely using a current web browser
  • UL safety available
  • With reverse polarity

Both the Grandstream Gateway GXW4104 and GXW4108 are ideal solutions for small and medium businesses with growth and competitive prospects.

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Everything you need to know about Gateways

Gateways have become an important part of the VoIP industry. The VoIP gateway acts as a bridge between the general telephone system and the advanced VoIP. This new technology has helped many companies make the revolution. As a result, most companies are including it because of the extreme profitability.

The transition from old phones to gateways has proven to be extremely useful. Therefore, it is necessary to choose a high quality brand, such as Grandstream Gateway, that can provide you with quality service without any interruption.


What is a VoIP gateway?

A gateway is known as a device that transforms the normal phone into an Internet-based phone to facilitate the call process. Therefore, with small changes, the phone has several additional features such as call transfer and even video chat in some cases.


VoIP gateways work very easily, as the source of traffic is extremely necessary. A VoIP gateway not only converts the general phone into an Internet-based phone, but also digital IP packets into TDM technology. A protocol and a codec play an important role in the correct functioning of the gateway. However, compatibility is also one of the essential factors to consider.

Gateway Types

Normally there are two types of Gateway, the analog and the digital. Each has its own functions and benefits.

  • Analog: Connects traditional phone and VoIP phone system or VoIP phone and PSTN.
  • Digital: The connection between digital voice lines and VoIP telephony systems is made through digital gateways.

Grandstream Gateway Features

The Grandstream Gateway is one of the most popular gateways in the call center industry. Some of the most advanced features of the gateway are call routing, control signaling, fax compression and depression, among others.

The inclusion of Grandstream Gateway as Grandstream Gateway GXW4104, Grandstream Gateway GXW4216 in your business can play an important role in increasing productivity. Not only is it flexible, it’s also extremely affordable to fit your budget. So, instead of buying a completely new terminal or PBX system, you can use your existing phone, which again is very easy to use.