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 From :  Alex Ko <otn-user@m...>
 Subject :  Re: [yate] Yate as Gatekeeper
 Date :  Thu, 20 Dec 2007 14:00:51 +0200
Hi Vanna,

What I can confirm is sending/receiving calls in my case.

My setup is:
sipdeskphone <-sip (endpoint-to-registrar) -> yate <-h323
(gateway-to-gateway)-> H323GW

If you have a deskphone(or softphone, like ekiga or netmeeting) you NEED
a GK (not GW) functionality in Yate.
I do not need this (at the moment) so GW-GW connection is fine for me.

You definitely need to register your endpoint (EP) to Yate GK.

I prepared H323 deskphone yesterday for testing but didn't finish yet.
If I manage to connect it - I'll let you know.

A bientot,
----
Alex

vannasouk phimmasone wrote:
> Hi Alex,
> I can not succeed . Actually in h323chan.conf you should have 
>
>  [gk]
>
> ; server: bool: Enable running a gatekeeper on the main endpoint
> server = true
>
> ; You must define the binding interfaces. Right now the multi hosted boxes
> don't
> ; work very well because OpenH323 mechanism, but we will fix that if someone
> ; have any problem.
> interface1=xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
>
> ; port: int: Port on which the gatekeeper listens for connections
> port = 1719
>
> ; name: string: Identifier of the gatekeeper
> name = yate
>
> ; ttl: int: Registrations time to live in seconds, 0 to disable
> ttl = 600
>
> Then Yate is consider as gatekeeper . Can you confirm 
>
> Thanks
> Vanna
>
> -----Message d'origine-----
> De : Alex Ko [mailto:otn-user@m...] 
> Envoyé : mercredi 19 décembre 2007 19:12
> À : Yate mailing list
> Objet : Re: [yate] Yate as Gatekeeper
>
> Hi Vanna,
>
> I configured Yate to send/receive calls to/from H323GW.
>
> My h323chan.conf is:
> [general]
> external_rtp=yes
> passtrough_rtp=no
> forward_rtp=no
> needmedia=no
>
> maxcleaning=100
>
> [codecs]
> default=no
> g729=yes
>
> [ep]
> ep=true
> gw=true
> port=1720
> alias=yate
> ident=yate
> maxconns=0
> faststart=true
> h245tunneling=true
> dtmfinband=false
> gkclient=false
>
> In regexroute.conf you put
> ^04\(.*\)$=h323/@1...:1720
>
> So all calls prefixed with 04 are routed to 192.168.2.200.
>
> I don't think you need to register to Yate in GW <-> GW scheme.
> Of course you can configure registration of your H323GW to Yate H323GK if
> necessary but I do not need this at the moment.
>
> Good luck,
>
> ---
> Alex
>
>
> vannasouk phimmasone wrote:
>   
>> Hi all
>> It is possible to connect an H323 Gateway to Yate as Gk . Actually , 
>> i'm not using any authentification with yate , the only thing i 
>> configure is the regexroute.conf ..The scenario will be
>>  
>>        H323GW => Yate (Gk)
>>  
>> Do i need to register to Yate ? if yes how to do it ?
>>  
>>  
>> [check_addr_auth]
>>  
>> ${address}^10\.10\.10\.248:=return
>>  
>>  
>> Thanks
>> Van
>>  
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