I need some expert advice on my setup. if i need to setup a gateway and a CCM to communicate via a gatekeeper. i am using thesame zone for the gateway and CCM. i have the gw-priority command pointing to the right endpoint.
my question is this, do i need to prefix my route pattern on the CCM with the tech-prefix of the gateway for the call to be routed properly by the gatekeeper?
With CM in picture it is always recommended and suggested that you use tech-prefix. They are not very friendly when it comes to registering with e164 (DID) when compared to a router. From what I've known and seen, CM does not register to the GateKeeper using E.164 Address and I dont remember hearing about this behaviour being changed.
You can use what Gonzalo has mentioned if the CM would not be registering to the GateKeeper.
Its definitely possible to have the same tech prefix for two gateways. Tech prefix is kind of a tag to distinguish and isolate which route the call needs to be routed. In case of same tech prefix, GK will look at gateway priority if any defined. If priorities are all the same, it will load balance in a round robin fashion.
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