I will add the ability to disable/enable the multicall feature in the next pacphone release.

From: Lorenzo Ciucci [mailto:l.ciucci@i-piu.it]
Sent: Friday, 19 March 2010 3:54 AM
To: GNU Gatekeeper Users
Subject: Re: [Openh323gk-users] GNUGk / PacPhone - disable contemporary calls

Hi Simon,
what i mean is that if two endpoints are having a (video) conversation and a third endpoint calls one of them, the one called by the third endpoint sees pacphone crashing just after notifying that another call is incoming.
This doesn't happen always, but given that our clients have little bandwidth available (sometimes not enough even for a single end-to-end video call) we thought it could be better to disable the
"multiple call" feature entirely and if possible give an "already engaged" signal to the caller.
Thank You for your help
Lorenzo Ciucci
----- Original Message -----
From: Simon Horne
To: 'GNU Gatekeeper Users'
Sent: Thursday, March 18, 2010 1:51 PM
Subject: Re: [Openh323gk-users] GNUGk / PacPhone - disable contemporary calls

Can you explain "receive contemporary call?" so you mean not to be able to receive calls?

From: Lorenzo Ciucci [mailto:l.ciucci@i-piu.it]
Sent: Thursday, 18 March 2010 9:46 PM
To: GNU Gatekeeper Users
Subject: [Openh323gk-users] GNUGk / PacPhone - disable contemporary calls

Hi to all,
i 'm currently testing a configuration of GnuGK 2.3.1 and about 10 clients h323 PacPhone 2.3.0.
I need to disable the function actually enabled in PacPhone that allow to receive contemporary calls ...as it often happens that my software client have a "crash" when i attempt to do it.
I was wondering if any else has had the same problem, and if you know a way to disable this function (there is a parameter that i need to set up? on gnugk/pacphone).
We also found some issues in the use of services with natted endpoints, especially given that clients are installed on different OS (XP, Vista and Seven)... and every single h323 client have a different ISP.
Lorenzo Ciucci

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