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Looking for old firmware Grandstream gxp2130

Looking for old firmware Grandstream gxp2130

Looking for old firmware Grandstream gxp2130

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Hi all,
I am looking for an older version of firmware for a Grandstream GXP2130, 1.0.5.33. I have a customer with a bunch of phones, and one needs to be replaced. This version of firmware still allows the park button to both park and pickup calls. Newer versions will only allow the parkpos_# to retrieve a call, you must use a transfer button to park a call. This means that one phone will work differently than the others in that office, and will have one less park orbit to use. Grandstream no longer supports this version, but I wondered if anyone might have it saved. That was the version we were using when I started working on VoIP phones. I didn't think to save firmware until several updates later. I would appreciate any help.
Cecilia.

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