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b-acd and gatekeeper

I'm testing b-acd through a gatekeeper and came across something weird. Call flow is:

CME1----gatekeeper-----CME2(b-acd script)

When I put a call into the BACD script, an extra call shows up on the gatekeeper. Here's the output:

router#sh gatek calls

Total number of active calls = 2.

GATEKEEPER CALL INFO

====================

LocalCallID Age(secs) BW

31-206 8 16(Kbps)

Endpt(s): Alias E.164Addr

src EP: CME1 7777

CallSignalAddr Port RASSignalAddr Port

172.16.1.20 49645 172.16.1.20 49644

Endpt(s): Alias E.164Addr

dst EP: CME2 5#4000

CallSignalAddr Port RASSignalAddr Port

172.16.2.20 1720 172.16.2.20 56608

LocalCallID Age(secs) BW

32-206 8 128(Kbps)

Endpt(s): Alias E.164Addr

src EP: 7777

Endpt(s): Alias E.164Addr

dst EP: CME2 4000

CallSignalAddr Port RASSignalAddr Port

172.16.2.20 1720 172.16.2.20 56608

router#

Even if I put a call into the BACD script from a phone on CME2, I still get a call on the gatekeeper.

Has anyone seen this before?

4 REPLIES
New Member

Re: b-acd and gatekeeper

Hi,

Have you disabled any h.450 sup services on your cme configs?

Cheers,

New Member

Re: b-acd and gatekeeper

Yea, tried disabling h450.2 and 3. Didn't reboot the router after though. I'll try rebooting later tonight and let you know.

New Member

Re: b-acd and gatekeeper

No dice. Still get an active call on the gatekeeper. Chalk this up to "WTF?" I guess.

New Member

Re: b-acd and gatekeeper

Interesting, I'm happy to review your config if you want to email it to me.

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