I'm trying to join two H.323 networks together and I am after some help / advice.
One of the networks is managed and the other not and therefore external.
Both networks have an IP-IP Gateway running Gatekeeper and CUBE. The Video devices in each network are registered with the Gatekeeper running the Gatekeeper configuration in their respective networks.
The problem area is that the two Gatekeepers aren't and can't be peered with each other.
So for all intents and purposes have two identical video networks that need to talk to each other.
I have configured the CUBE on both routers.
So right now if I de-register video device A in Network A from Gatekeeper A. I can then dial the IP address of the CUBE B in Network B followed by the E.164 of video device B using IP+extension dialling and it works.
Its the same the other way around.
However what I want to achieve is the same thing but without de-registering video device A.
What I am trying to achieve is to have Video Device A dial <CUBE-B-IP-Address>##<Device-B-E.164>.
The signalling goes to Gatekeeper A which doesn't have an entry for it so chooses to send it out to the CUBE gateway. I don't mind if it does this as a video type forward or if it just says I don't know about it so fall back to your routing table so signalling goes point to point.
I have used the Polycom SE200 before and on them they have a feature whereby if it nor its peers knows about an E.164 it will revert to the routing table. Its basically a way to be able to route the calls to the Internet. I'm after similiar functionality on the IOS Gatekeeper.
Am I explaining the situation well enough? If anyone can help it would be appreciated!
Thanks and regards