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Re: GnuGK listening on more than one IP address?



On Tue, Apr 20, 2010 at 10:24 AM, Robert Kulagowski <rkulagow@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> The concept of TCS dialing seems foreign to many of the people that I
> deal with, because video endpoints all seem to use different UIs to
> specify the TCS extension.
>
> If I can get a Linux machine to listen to multiple secondary addresses
> on one ethernet interface, is there a way to associate inbound calls
> to a specific IP address to a specific internal endpoint?  I've been
> using the "catchall" routing policy, but that needs to be modified for
> each internal destination, and seems to be one-for-one.

This is possible if you use a vqueue, watch for RouteRequest, and then
do a RouteToGateway for each call.

This does require that you write some code.

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- Ian Blenke <ian@xxxxxxxxxx> http://ian.blenke.com

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