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Re: GDS failing to one site



Hi Gina,

GnuGk can peer with multiple gatekeepers serving the same prefix. It
will send the LRQ to all neighbors serving the prefix and will route
the call to the first gatekeeper sending a positive response (LCF).

While you indeed can't prioritize a gatekeeper for a prefix, the calls
must still connect IMHO. Thinking back to the traces you posted, the
problem was that you didn't get a positive answer at all, so this
explanation sees a bit wired.

Regards,
Jan

Gina Bull wrote:
> After working with the admin at the N.A. gatekeeper, I removed peering for their secondary 
> gatekeeper. Now GDS to our problem site works. He said it was because GnuGK does not prioritize 
> peers that serve the same site, so my GnuGK (version 2.3.5) was confused.
> 
> So my problem is solved ... but is it correct that GnuGK will not peer with two gatekeepers for the 
> same address space, or am I missing some configuration statement(s) that would allow this?
> 
> Gina
> 
> ----------
> Gina Bull
> Network System Engineer
> University of Virginia - ITS Network Systems
> PO Box 400324, 2015 Ivy Road, Charlottesville, VA 22904
> 
> 
> 
> On 11/8/2011 11:25 AM, Jan Willamowius wrote:
> > Hi Gina,
> >
> > I think GDS might need a switch to accept non-neighbor LRQs:
> >
> > [RasSrv::LRQFeatures]
> > AcceptNonNeighborLRQ=1
> >
> > But you really should check the logs at which point the incoming call
> > fails.
> >
> > Also, if you are installing a fresh GnuGk, you shouldn't start with an
> > old version. I would suggest you use the last release 2.3.5. That
> > probably won't fix your current issue, but why keep all the old bugs in
> > place that we have already fixed during the last couple of years ?
> >
> > Regards,
> > Jan

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

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