gnugk [-hdrt] [-c filename] [-s section] [-l n] [-b n] [-u name] [-d name] [-rr] [-o filename] [–pid filename] [–core A detailed explanation can be found in the manual. /etc/default/gnugk /etc/ /etc/init.d/gnugk /usr/sbin/addpasswd /usr/ sbin/gnugk /usr/share/doc-base/gnugk-manual /usr/share/doc/gnugk/changelog. Open Phone Abstraction Library (OPAL) is a C++ multi-platform, multi-protocol OpenH This project has been superseded by OpalVoip Rocket.
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A manual for your version is in your GnuGk download archive.
The GNU Gatekeeper Manual
A PDF version can be found in the download section. By default GnuGk will ignore this address and respond to the IP and port where it has received the request from. It does so, because some endpoints rely on this behavior and in case where eg.
This section allows you to define when GnuGk majual use the rasAddress inside the message it has received instead of the address where it has received the message bnugk. The network specifies the IP where the RAS message is received from, the setting specifies whether to use the rasAddress. The default is not to use it. The rule for the network with the longest manjal is used the most specific.
In this example messages from the Note that you must specify the alias of the gateway.
If a gateway has registered with the specified alias, all numbers beginning with the prefixes are routed to that gateway. A priority can be given to each prefix for each gateway using: A smaller value corresponds to mmanual higher priority.
Default value is 1. If the mannual priority and overlaps the GatewayPriority see section [EP In the following example, the gateway “test-gw” will be responsible for prefixes “02” and “03” with a priority of 3, and for “04” with a priority of 1. In this section you may configure endpoints that don’t have RAS support or that you don’t want to be tnugk.
Their records will always remain in the registration table of the gatekeeper. However, you can still unregister it via the status port.
Make sure you add at least one prefix for all gateways, even if you assign the prefixes elsewhere eg. Gateway entries may also optionally include vendor information which is stored with the gateway record.
A gateway can register its prefixes with the gatekeeper by sending supportedPrefixes in the terminalType field of the RRQ. This option defines whether to accept the specified prefixes of a gateway. This option defines whether to accept the specified prefixes of a MCU. In some networks an endpoint’s IP address may change unexpectedly. This may happen when an endpoint is using a PPP connection e. This option defines how to handle a registration request RRQ from an IP address which does not match what we have stored.
The default action is to reject the request. With this option enabled the conflicting request will cause an unregister request URQ to be sent for the existing IP address and the entry to be removed, allowing the endpoint to register with the new address.
When the gatekeeper does not receive a keep-alive RRQ from an endpoint within the TimeToLive time period, it sends an IRQ message to “poll” the endpoint and check if it is alive. To disable this feature and unregister endpoints immediately after TimeToLive timeoutset this variable to 0.
IRQ poll interval is 60 seconds. When the IP address of an endpoint changes, the gatekeeper can maintain registration. This will force the EP to fully re-register if its IP address changes. You can assign a URL for clients to access to view billing information. If using PacPhone you can also add wildcards for the client to use so the clients HID and password can be used to directly access their account information.
You can filter out the shared alias types for any given endpoint type. The registrations will keep all alias types listed in the filter setting and remove all others. You must have separate AliasTypeFilter entries for each endpoint type. Valid endpoint types are: If no alias is found that match the filter then all aliases are registered.
SQL has been configured, apply assignments to gateway registrations default. This switch is designed when set to 0 to use additiveRegistrations with gateways so that the assignedAliases are not all assigned upon registration but only when the additiveRegistration is made.
This ensures only the currently registered endpoints appear in the endpoint table. This switch removes during registration any TerminalAliases that have not been Authenticated.
The endpoint shall release the call immediately and re-send call Setup to the gatekeeper. Specify the trailing character to be removed in destinationInfo. If disabled, the first available gateway will be selected.
Otherwise, subsequent calls will be sent to gateways in round-robin fashion. Select the least used gateway when routing calls to achieve a more even usage. This switch is logically incompatible with round-robin. This switch can be used to extend the duration the caller will wait for an answer. No RIP is sent when the delay ist set to 0. This allows the assigning of aliases to endpoints as they register, allowing them to set their fully qualified E.
This section configures GnuGk to read the assigned aliases from a database.
This section allows you to override the global definition manuwl AlternateGKs from the [Gatekeeper:: Main] section for certain IPs or IP ranges. See there for a detailed definition of the config options.
GNU Gatekeeper – Manual Chapter 13
In this example, Gnukg in all other networks will use the globally defined alternate gatekeeper. This allows the assigning of a gatekeeper based upon the HID or the apparent source IP address of the registering endpoint. The endpoint is then advised mannual the GCF to register with that gatekeeper. You may have multiple gatekeepers for a specific prefix. The first is assigned as the primary and others are then the alternates.
This section allows GnuGk to read the assigned gatekeepers from a database. These parameters are defined: This section allows GnuGk to read the alternate gatekeepers from a database. This section configures GnuGk to read the assigned Languages from a database.
The gatekeeper can automatically detect whether an endpoint is behind NAT. However, if the detection fails, you can specify it manually in this section. Specify that the endpoint with alias is behind NAT. H SQL Presence system: Highly Experimental Use the common database configuration options to define your database connection for this module.
This is the manual for GNU Gatekeeper 5. GWPrefixes] This section configures how dialed E. PermanentEndpoints] In this section you may configure endpoints that don’t have RAS support or that you don’t want to be expired.
Gateway entries may also optionally include vendor information which is stored with the gateway record Format: This switch also applies to unregistered calls. AssignedAlias] This allows the assigning of aliases to endpoints as they register, allowing them gnugo set their fully qualified E. One parameter is defined: AssignedGatekeeper] This allows the assigning of a gatekeeper based upon the HID or the apparent source IP address of the registering endpoint.