Thanks Michal, for your quick response.
I tried the AcceptUnregisteredCalls=3D1 and added the following for my term=
But, when I try dialing from OpenPhone using the DestNum + Gateway
feature, the call fails, saying it is busy.
Any idea why it's happening?
Thank you once again for you input.
On 5/24/05, Zygmuntowicz Michal <m.zygmuntowicz@...> wrote:
> 1) is currently not implemented.
> 2) Try AcceptUnregisteredCalls=3D1.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Nyamul Hassaan" <mnhassan@...>
> Sent: Tuesday, May 24, 2005 5:18 AM
> I've just started playing with GnuGK, and I have to say it is a superb pi=
> of code. It has worked pretty stable for me for over 7 days now, in prox=
> Special thanks to all the people in the forum, who has already asked / so=
> problems that I've faced during installation.
> However, I have found 2 obstacles, that is limiting what I want to do.
> Perhaps, what I want to do is over ambitious, and doesn't go with the
> Gatekeeper concept. But, I'm putting them here to see what others think.
> 1. SAME ENDPOINT REGISTERING MULTIPLE TIMES
> I have some terminating gateways, that are configured to terminate multip=
> routes. Say, there are 24 channels on the gateway, of which 12 are for Ro=
> 8 for Route2 and 4 for Route3.
> Under current setup, I have to tell GnuGK that this endpoint can terminat=
> Route1 + Route2 + Route3 prefixes, and, have a Capacity=3D24. But, that d=
> tell GnuGK to stop sending the 13th call on Route1 to this box, or the 9t=
> Rotue2, etc.
> I tried setting up the same IP on PermanentEndPoint with different aliase=
> and respective prefixes, but GnuGK only takes the 1st occurence of the IP=
> Can this be actually done? If not, was this done by choice? Can we get a=
> this, and have GnuGK search for unique aliases, instead of IPs?
> 2. ORGINATING ENDPOING MUST REGISTER
> The scenario where I want to install GnuGK is as a middlepoint for my
> originating customers and terminating gateways. In case of terminating
> gatewasy, I can go around not setting up the gateways to register to my b=
> by adding them in Permanent Endpoints. But, in case of the originating
> gateways, it appears, they must register explicitly with my gatekeepr. A=
> doing something wrong? Or, is this currently doable? If not, am I askin=
> something that breaks the Gatekeeper concept? Could someone shed some li=
> on this please?
> Thank you in advance for your input.
> With regards
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