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Re: GNUGK config for making calls.



when invoking the GnuGk, give the commmand line option -c <Config File>

i.e.

GnuGk -c <ConfigFile>

Regards,
Vineet



On Mon, Jul 18, 2011 at 5:42 PM, Nagarathnam, Venkataraman <Venkataraman.Nagarathnam@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hi Jan,

       I telnetted the IP and what you said was true !!! The connection was denied.
But the clients registered still with the extensions same as before. I tried renaming the gatekeeper.ini,
Shutting down the GNU_GK etc : All same result !!! :(

       I tried looking in the manual in Section 4.2 for any config file related information.
What should be the name of the config file and where do I configure for the file to be picked ???
Please let me know.

Thanks.

Regards,
Venkat.


-----Original Message-----
From: Jan Willamowius [mailto:jan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Monday, July 18, 2011 5:04 PM
To: openh323gk-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: GNUGK config for making calls.

Hi,

are you sure GnuGk reads your config file ? Try telneting into the
status port on port 7000. If thats denied, your config hasn't been read.

Otherwise enable the trace file with level 5 and go through that to see
what goes wrong.

Regards,
Jan

Nagarathnam, Venkataraman wrote:
> Hi Jan,
>
>           Thanks for the quick reply !!! I went through the manual and made some changes to the gatekeeper.ini.
> Still the same result. Please find below the settings in my ini file:
>
> ; this is a basic startup configuration for GnuGk
> ; it allows anyone to register and make calls
>
> [Gatekeeper::Main]
> FortyTwo=42
> Name=GnuGk
> ;TimeToLive=600
> ; change this to 1 or 2, if you want CDRs and RAS messages to be printed on the status port
> StatusTraceLevel=2
> EndpointSignalPort=1720
>
> ; restrict access to the status port by an IP address
> [GkStatus::Auth]
> rule=allow
> ; add more entries, if you access the status port from other hosts
> default=allow
> Shutdown=allow
>
> ;[RoutedMode]
> ;GKRouted=1
> ;H245Routed=1
> ;AcceptNeighborsCalls=1
> ;AcceptUnregisteredCalls=0
> ;RemoveH245AddressOnTunneling=1
> ;DropCallsByReleaseComplete=1
> ;SendReleaseCompleteOnDRQ=1
> ;SupportNATedEndpoints=1
> ;CallSignalPort=1720
> ;Q931PortRange=30000-39999
> ;H245PortRange=40000-49999
>
> [RoutedMode]
> GKRouted=1
> H245Routed=1
> AcceptNeighborsCalls=1
> AcceptUnregisteredCalls=0
> ;RemoveH245AddressOnTunneling=1
> SupportNATedEndpoints=0
> SupportCallingNATedEndpoints=1
> DropCallsByReleaseComplete=1
> CallSignalPort=1720
> ;CallSignalHandlerNumber=5
> ;RtpHandlerNumber=1
> ;RemoveCallOnDRQ=1
> ;SendReleaseCompleteOnDRQ=1
> ;ScreenDisplayIE=
> ;ScreenCallingPartyNumberIE=
> ;ScreenSourceAddress=
> ;ForwardOnFacility=1
> ;ShowForwarderNumber=1
> ;Q931PortRange=20000-20999
> ;H245PortRange=30000-30999
> ;SetupTimeout=8000
> ;SignalTimeout=15000
> ;AlertingTimeout=60000
> ;TcpKeepAlive=1
> ;TranslateFacility=1
> ;SocketCleanupTimeout=5000
> ;ActivateFailover=1
> ;FailoverCauses=1-15,21-127
> ;CpsLimit=10
> ;CpsCheckInterval=5
> GenerateCallProceeding=1
> ;UseProvisionalRespToH245Tunneling=1
> ;EnableH46018=1
>
> ; proxy calls only for NATed endpoints
> ;[Proxy]
> ;Enable=0
> ; if port forwarding is correctly configured for each endpoint, you can disable ProxyForNAT
> ;ProxyForNAT=1
> ;ProxyForSameNAT=0
>
> [RoutingPolicy]
> default=explicit,internal,parent,neighbor
>
> [RasSrv::GWPrefixes]
> 172.24.132.156:1720=700
> 172.24.132.244:1720=800
>
> ;[RasSrv::PermanentEndpoints]
> ;10.240.44.124:1720=700
>
> ;[Endpoint]
> ;Gatekeeper=no
> ;Gatekeeper=auto
> ;Gatekeeper=210.58.112.188
> ;Type=Gateway
> ;H323ID=CitronProxy
> ;E164=18888600000
> ;Password=123456
> ;Prefix=18888600,1888890003
> ;TimeToLive=900
> ;RRQRetryInterval=10
> ;UnregisterOnReload=0
> ;NATRetryInterval=60
> ;NATKeepaliveInterval=86400
> ;Discovery=1
> ;GatekeeperIdentifier=ParentGKId
> ;UseAlternateGK=1
> ;EndpointIdentifier=ChildGKId
> ;Vendor=Cisco
>
> [RasSrv::RRQFeatures]
> OverwriteEPOnSameAddress=1
> AcceptEndpointIdentifier=1
> AcceptGatewayPrefixes=1
> IRQPollCount=0
> AliasTypeFilter=terminal;dialeddigits
>
>
> [RasSrv::RRQAuth]
> 700=sigip:10.240.44.124:1720
> 800=sigip:172.24.132.244:1720
> default=confirm
>
> [CallTable]
> GenerateNBCDR=TRUE
> GenerateUCCDR=TRUE
> DefaultCallDurationLimit=21600
> AcctUpdateInterval=0
> TimestampFormat=RFC822
> IRRFrequency=120
> IRRCheck=FALSE
> SingleFailoverCDR=0
>
>
> [H225toQ931]
> 0=34 # noBandwidth
> 1=47 # gatekeeperResources
> 2=3 # unreachableDestination
> 3=16 # destinationRejection
> 4=88 # invalidRevision
> 5=111 # noPermission
> 6=38 # unreachableGatekeeper
> 7=42 # gatewayResources
> 8=28 # badFormatAddress
> 9=41 # adaptiveBusy
> 10=17 # inConf
> 11=31 # undefinedReason
> 12=16 # facilityCallDeflection
> 13=31 # securityDenied
> 14=20 # calledPartyNotRegistered
> 15=31 # callerNotRegistered
> 16=47 # newConnectionNeeded
> 17=127 # nonStandardReason
> 18=31 # replaceWithConferenceInvite
> 19=31 # genericDataReason
> 20=31 # neededFeatureNotSupported
> 21=127 # tunnelledSignallingRejected
>
>
> ;[ModeSelection]
> ;172.24.0.0/18=H245ROUTED,ROUTED
>
> Do you find anything absurd here ???
>
> Thanks.
> Venkat.
>
> From: Nagarathnam, Venkataraman
> Sent: Monday, July 18, 2011 1:47 PM
> To: 'openh323gk-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx'
> Subject: GNUGK config for making calls.
>
> Hi All,
>
>           I have installed the GNU_GK for Windows XP platform. I also have Yate client installed onto this GNU_GK.
> Currently I am facing the below problems:
>
> 1 - When I register a Yate client / any other hard IP phone, I just get the RAS messages, No Q.931 / H.245 messages.
> 2 - When I try to place calls between two Yate H323 clients, there is no RTP flow (obviously since the Q.931 messages did not pass).
>
>           Please let me know if I need to do any extra config to establish a successful call.
> Currently I am trying to install OpenMCU to see if I can play around with it.
>
> I can paste my gatekeeper.ini config here if necessary.
>
> Thanks.
>
> Regards,
> Venkat.


--
Jan Willamowius, jan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx, http://www.gnugk.org/

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