Configuring GnuGk for a Cisco Gatekeeper with IP-to-IP Gateway

GnuGk Configuration to register to a Cisco Gatekeeper with the IP-to-IP Gateway with Gatekeeper feature set

GnuGk Configuration

[Gatekeeper::Main]
Name=gatekeepr_hostname

[GkStatus::Auth]
rule=allow

[RasSrv::Neighbors]
GK2=ip_address_of_the_cisco_gatekeeper_box;*

[Endpoint]
Gatekeeper=ip_address_of_the_cisco_gatekeeper_box
Type=Gateway
RRQRetryInterval=10
Prefix=*
Vendor=Cisco
TimeToLive=900
Discovery=0

Cisco Configuration

You will need to add these entries to the Cisco Gatekeeper Box:

cisco-gk>en
Password:
cisco-gk#
cisco-gk# config t
Enter configuration commands, one per line.  End with CNTL/Z.
cisco-gk(config)#gatekeeper
cisco-gk(config-gk)#zone remote GnuGk_gatekeepr_hostname.domain.org domain.org ip_address_of GnuGk_gatekeeper
cisco-gk(config-gk)#zone prefix GnuGk_gatekeepr_hostname.domain.org ###*
cisco-gk(config-gk)#^Z
1. ###* is the prefix that the endpoint registering to the GnuGk box will have. Example (123*) So the endpoint will register with a E164 of 1234567890. The Cisco Box will see the 123* prefix and route to the correct zone, which is the GnuGk Box.

2. The configuration will route all traffic through all gatekeepers between the endpoints.



Last updated: 22. Dec 2011
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