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Bandwidth on Gatekeeper

Hello,

We have a problem with the interpretation of several commands on a Gatekeeper. When we do a “show gatekeeper calls” we can see there is no call. But if we do at the same time a “show gatekeeper status” there is some different information in the “Current Remote Bandwidth” field.

GK1#sh gatekeeper calls

No active calls.

GK1#sh call active voice compact

<callID> A/O FAX T<sec> Codec type Peer Address IP R<ip>:<udp>

GK1#sh gatekeeper stat

Gatekeeper State: UP

Load Balancing: DISABLED

Flow Control: DISABLED

Zone Name: GK-1

Accounting: DISABLED

Endpoint Throttling: DISABLED

Security: DISABLED

Maximum Remote Bandwidth: 1152 kbps

Current Remote Bandwidth: 416 kbps

Current Remote Bandwidth (w/ Alt GKs): 1024 kbps

After a RELOAD :

GK1#sh call active voice compact

<callID> A/O FAX T<sec> Codec type Peer Address IP R<ip>:<udp>

GK1#sh gatekeeper calls

No active calls.

GK1#sh gatekeeper stat

Gatekeeper State: UP

Load Balancing: DISABLED

Flow Control: DISABLED

Zone Name: GK-1

Accounting: DISABLED

Endpoint Throttling: DISABLED

Security: DISABLED

Maximum Remote Bandwidth: 1152 kbps

Current Remote Bandwidth: 0 kbps

Current Remote Bandwidth (w/ Alt GKs): 352 kbps

So my question is: what does fields “Current Remote Bandwidth” and “Current Remote Bandwidth (w/ Alt GKs)” means? And how are they calculated by the gatekeeper?

Thanks for your help,

Florian

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Re: Bandwidth on Gatekeeper

You may be hitting with this bug:CSCec42455

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