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Re: GNU Gatekeeper 3.0 released



Hello,

I am new to this mailing list ,I have some questions about the H.460 features in GNU-GK3.0, Thanks in advance for your help!

- full traversal zone support (gatekeeper-to-gatekeeper H.460.18/.19)
  Now you can place one GnuGk behind a firewall and let it tunnel out
  the calls for all other devices behind the firewall eg. to a VCS or
  to another GnuGk.
  This was probably the most request feature in the past.

could you tell me if it means that GNU-GK3.0 could be used as both H.460.18/19 Traversal Server and H.460.18/19 Client? i.e., if I put GNU-GK3.0 in public area then it could be a H.460.18/19 Traversal Server, and if put it behind the firewall it could be a H.460.18/19 Client to tunnel out the calls for other devices behind the same firewall, is that right? Thanks!

Regards,
BoXu 
 



I'm pleased to announce a new major release of the GNu Gatekeeper.
Version 3.0 has many new features that will allow even your legacy
endpoints to move to a new age of H.323 audio and video communications.

You can download the new version at
http://www.gnugk.org/h323download.html

New features:
- full traversal zone support (gatekeeper-to-gatekeeper H.460.18/.19)
  Now you can place one GnuGk behind a firewall and let it tunnel out
  the calls for all other devices behind the firewall eg. to a VCS or
  to another GnuGk.
  This was probably the most request feature in the past.

- full IPv6 support (incl. IPv4-IPv6 proxying)
  With the proxy function, you can let GnuGk manage a network of IPv6
  endpoints and connect them to the IPv4 network or make legacy
  endpoints reachable for IPv6 calls.

- RTP multiplexing (all calls to and from devices supporting H.460.19
  will only use 2 sockets total)

- rewrite destination IPs into aliases

- ENUM, SRV and RDS routing policies extended for LRQs, in case the
  calling gatekeeper isn't able to do this

- notifications when GnuGk opens listen ports
  This allows you to update firewall rules on the fly, so you only have
  the minimum amount of ports open.

- improved H.235 password authentication with neighbors

- massive performance improvement when (re-)loading large numbers of GW
  rewrites

- interop fixes for Polycom m100 and Sorenson endpoints

- fixes in the underlying libraries so *BSD systems can get the latest
  GnuGk features

- a few bug fixes

We provide executables for Linux (32 and 64 bit), Windows, MacOS X,
FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD and Solaris.

Regards,
Jan

-- 
Jan Willamowius, Founder of the GNU Gatekeeper Project
EMail  : jan@...
Website: http://www.gnugk.org
Support: http://www.willamowius.com/gnugk-support.html

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