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Re: Routing help



Yup,

2011/10/04 11:32:38.406 4    yasocket.cxx(920) TCPSrv Accept request on 74.199.95.14:1720
2011/10/04 11:32:38.406 5         job.cxx(363) JOB Worker threads: 6 total - 6 busy, 0 idle
2011/10/04 11:32:38.406 5         job.cxx(189) JOB Starting Job Acceptor at Worker thread 139753991223040
2011/10/04 11:32:38.406 5 ProxyChannel.cxx(684) Q931s Reading from 216.13.45.141:20024
2011/10/04 11:32:38.406 3 ProxyChannel.cxx(1023) Q931s Received: Setup CRV=22394 from 216.13.45.141:20024
2011/10/04 11:32:38.407 4 ProxyChannel.cxx(966) Q931 Received: {
  q931pdu = {
    protocolDiscriminator = 8
    callReference = 22394
    from = originator
    messageType = Setup
    IE: Bearer-Capability = {
      88 18 a0 a5                                        ....
    }
    IE: Display = {
      66 72 65 64 6c 61 70 74  6f 70 00                  fredlaptop.
    }
    IE: Calling-Party-Number = {
      81 36 38 37 37                                     .6877
    }
    IE: Called-Party-Number = {
      81 35 35 38 30                                     .5580
    }
    IE: User-User = {
      20 b0 06 00 08 91 4a 00  06 01 01 80 9b aa 22 c0    .....J.......".
      09 00 00 3d 0e 54 65 73  74 20 6d 6f 64 5f 68 33   ...=.Test mod_h3
      32 33 00 00 1d 31 2e 30  61 6c 70 68 61 31 20 28   23...1.0alpha1 (
      48 33 32 33 70 6c 75 73  20 76 31 2e 32 31 2e 30   H323plus v1.21.0
      29 00 00 00 01 40 03 00  35 00 35 00 38 00 30 00   )....@..5.5.8.0.
      ae 4c 6c c2 0b ed e0 11  9f 45 00 90 f5 99 89 f3   .Ll......E......
      00 5d 0f 80 07 00 d8 0d  2d 8d 06 b8 11 00 a4 4c   .]......-......L
      6c c2 0b ed e0 11 9f 45  00 90 f5 99 89 f3 01 00   l......E........
      01 00 13 10 00 31 00 30  00 34 00 39 00 5f 00 65   .....1.0.4.9._.e
      00 6e 00 64 00 70 01 00  01 00 02 80 01 80         .n.d.p........
    }
  }
  h225pdu = {
    h323_uu_pdu = {
      h323_message_body = setup {
        protocolIdentifier = 0.0.8.2250.0.6
        sourceAddress = 1 entries {
          [0]=dialedDigits "6877"
        }
        sourceInfo = {
          vendor = {
            vendor = {
              t35CountryCode = 9
              t35Extension = 0
              manufacturerCode = 61
            }
            productId =  15 octets {
              54 65 73 74 20 6d 6f 64  5f 68 33 32 33 00 00      Test mod_h323..
            }
            versionId =  30 octets {
              31 2e 30 61 6c 70 68 61  31 20 28 48 33 32 33 70   1.0alpha1 (H323p
              6c 75 73 20 76 31 2e 32  31 2e 30 29 00 00         lus v1.21.0)..
            }
          }
          terminal = {
          }
          mc = false
          undefinedNode = false
        }
        destinationAddress = 1 entries {
          [0]=h323_ID  4 characters {
            0035 0035 0038 0030                       5580
          }
        }
        activeMC = false
        conferenceID =  16 octets {
          ae 4c 6c c2 0b ed e0 11  9f 45 00 90 f5 99 89 f3   .Ll......E......
        }
        conferenceGoal = create <<null>>
        callType = pointToPoint <<null>>
        sourceCallSignalAddress = ipAddress {
          ip =  4 octets {
            d8 0d 2d 8d                                        ..-.
          }
          port = 1720
        }
        callIdentifier = {
          guid =  16 octets {
            a4 4c 6c c2 0b ed e0 11  9f 45 00 90 f5 99 89 f3   .Ll......E......
          }
        }
        mediaWaitForConnect = false
        canOverlapSend = false
        endpointIdentifier =  9 characters {
          0031 0030 0034 0039 005f 0065 006e 0064   1049_end
          0070                                      p
        }
        multipleCalls = false
        maintainConnection = false
      }
      h245Tunneling = true
    }
  }
}
2011/10/04 11:32:38.407 4 ProxyChannel.cxx(2017) Q931s GWRewrite source for 216.13.45.141:20024: setup H323 ID or E164
2011/10/04 11:32:38.407 5     Routing.cxx(196) ROUTING Checking policy Explicit for request Setup CRV=22394
2011/10/04 11:32:38.407 5     Routing.cxx(196) ROUTING Checking policy Internal for request Setup CRV=22394
2011/10/04 11:32:38.407 5     Routing.cxx(196) ROUTING Checking policy SRV for request Setup CRV=22394
2011/10/04 11:32:38.407 5     Routing.cxx(196) ROUTING Checking policy DNS for request Setup CRV=22394
2011/10/04 11:32:38.408 4     Routing.cxx(604) ROUTING DNS policy resolves to 5580 @ 0.0.21.204:1720
2011/10/04 11:32:38.408 5     Routing.cxx(202) ROUTING Policy DNS applied to the request Setup CRV=22394
2011/10/04 11:32:38.408 4 ProxyChannel.cxx(2411) Q931s Unregistered party is not NATed
2011/10/04 11:32:38.408 2      RasTbl.cxx(3412) CallTable::Insert(CALL) Call No. 9, total sessions : 1
2011/10/04 11:32:38.408 2      gkacct.cxx(950) GKACCT Successfully logged event 1 for call no. 9
2011/10/04 11:32:38.408 4 ProxyChannel.cxx(4794) Q931s Set Called Numbering Plan 1 Type Of Number 0
2011/10/04 11:32:38.408 4 ProxyChannel.cxx(4824) Q931s Set Calling Numbering Plan 1 Type Of Number 0
2011/10/04 11:32:38.408 3 ProxyChannel.cxx(2862) Q931s Call 9 is NAT type 0
2011/10/04 11:32:38.408 1 ProxyChannel.cxx(870) Call 9: h245Routed=1 proxy=1
2011/10/04 11:32:38.408 3 ProxyChannel.cxx(887) GK Call 9 proxy enabled
2011/10/04 11:32:38.409 4 ProxyChannel.cxx(966) Q931 Send to 0.0.21.204:1720 {

On 2011-10-04, at 11:21 AM, Jan Willamowius wrote:

Can you post the Setup or ARQ that is triggering the routing process ?
Then we can see which fields GnuGk tries to route on.

Regards,
Jan

Fred Gillette wrote:
The plot thickens...

The packets are arriving at the remote gnugk but it is rejecting the incoming call. It seems that it is resolving the call to a mysterious IP address.

2011/10/04 10:49:55.159 4       ProxyChannel.cxx(2017)  Q931s   GWRewrite source for 216.13.45.141:20023: setup H323 ID or E164
2011/10/04 10:49:55.160 5            Routing.cxx(196)   ROUTING Checking policy Explicit for request Setup CRV=22393
2011/10/04 10:49:55.160 5            Routing.cxx(196)   ROUTING Checking policy Internal for request Setup CRV=22393
2011/10/04 10:49:55.160 5            Routing.cxx(196)   ROUTING Checking policy SRV for request Setup CRV=22393
2011/10/04 10:49:55.160 5            Routing.cxx(196)   ROUTING Checking policy DNS for request Setup CRV=22393
2011/10/04 10:49:55.160 4            Routing.cxx(604)   ROUTING DNS policy resolves to 5580 @ 0.0.21.204:1720
2011/10/04 10:49:55.160 5            Routing.cxx(202)   ROUTING Policy DNS applied to the request Setup CRV=22393

Here is the registration data from the console.

AllRegistrations
RCF|192.168.1.197:1720|5580:dialedDigits|terminal|6738_endp
Number of Endpoints: 1

Why would the gnugk resolve 5580 to 5580@0.0.21.204 ???

..FG..

On 2011-10-04, at 8:36 AM, Jan Willamowius wrote:

You are looking at the status port which only shows a small number of
events. I meant you should create a GnuGk trace:
gnugk -c <your config> -ttttt -o trace.log

After the call, trace.log will contain a lot more useful hints what
GnuGk received and what it did with it.
You can also enable such a trace from the status port with "setlog
trace.log" and "debug trc 5", but the command line variant is usually
easier.

Regards,
Jan

Fred Gillette wrote:
I seem to be only able to set a trace level of 2. See below...

root@HDPassport1:~# telnet 192.168.217.79 7000
Trying 192.168.217.79...
Connected to 192.168.217.79.
Escape character is '^]'.
Version:
Gatekeeper(GNU) Version(2.3.4) Ext(pthreads=1,radius=1,mysql=1,pgsql=0,firebird=0,odbc=1,sqlite=1,large_fdset=0,crypto/ssl=1,h46018=0,h46023=1) H323Plus(1.21.0) PTLib(2.6.7) Build(Jul 14 2011, 15:16:35) Sys(Linux x86_64 2.6.32-26-generic)
Startup: Mon, 03 Oct 2011 08:23:32 -0400   Running: 0 days 23:36:58
;
trace 5
Syntax Error: trace 0|1|2|"min"|"max"
trace max
Output trace level is 2
ACF|192.168.217.53:1720|1049_endp|22388|h323:5580@74.199.95.14:url_ID|6877:dialedDigits|false|ce-ea-1b-4a-ee-ec-e0-11-9f-44-00-90-f5-99-89-f3;
DCF|192.168.217.53|1049_endp|22388|normalDrop|ce-ea-1b-4a-ee-ec-e0-11-9f-44-00-90-f5-99-89-f3;

I'm trying to call 5580@74.199.95.14.

..FG..

On 2011-10-03, at 7:36 PM, Jan Willamowius wrote:

You should do a level 5 trace for that call to see which policy GnuGk
chooses to route the call and which IP it tries to forward the Setup to.

Regards,
Jan

ajgillette98 wrote:

I added the suggested entries in my gatekeeper.ini, but there seems to me no
difference.
If I try to call an H.323 endpoint external to my gnugk with an ip address
everything works.
If I try to call with an extension and an IP the gnugk does not relay the
setup message.

I did a wireshark trace and saw the admission request, followed by the
admission confirm.
Then the setup followed by a release complete. When I dig into the release
complete I get
a cause value of "No route to destination (3)".

If I try calling by IP without the extension the messages go out the public
NIC of the gnugk
but the far end does not know which endpoint I want to call.

..FG..



Willamowius wrote:

Hi,

if you want GnuGk to resolve DNS names eg. in URLs, you should include
the dns and srv policy in your config. I usually suggest this:

[RoutingPolicy]
default=explicit,internal,srv,dns,internal,parent,neighbor

Regards,
Jan

ajgillette98 wrote:

Hey Guys,
 I have gnugk working great for calls to devices on the Internet but
when
I call gnugk to gnugk I get "calledPartyNotRegistered". I suspect that I
don't understand some aspect of routing? This seems to only happen when I
am
trying to call a URL xxxx@x.x.x.x if I call an ip address everything is
fine.

My gatekeeper.ini file has the following:

[RoutedMode]
GKRouted=1
H245Routed=1
AcceptUnregisteredCalls=1
AcceptNeighborsCalls=1
CallSignalPort=1720
CallSignalHandlerNumber=1
RemoveH245AddressOnTunneling=1
DropCallsByReleaseComplete=1
SupportNATedEndpoints=1
SupportCallingNATedEndpoints=1
Q931PortRange=20000-20099
H245PortRange=30000-30099
SendReleaseCompleteOnDRQ=1

[Proxy]
Enable=1
InternalNetwork=192.168.216.0/24,10.191.20.0/24
T120PortRange=50000-59999
RTPPortRange=50000-59999
ProxyForNAT=1
ProxyForSameNAT=0
ProxyAlways=1

[RoutingPolicy]
default=explicit,internal

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

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