Quintum Gateway belongs to Domain1 and Cisco 3640 belongs to Domain2 (iBasis), they are interconnected to each other via an ethernet segment.
My doubt is regarding how Direct Endpoint Signaling should be deployed. Do I need a direct and physical connection between the Gateway Quintum and Cisco Gateway (iBasis) to exchange H.225/H.245 Call Signaling or it should be done through iBasis Cisco gatekeeper?
Re: Cisco H.323 Direct Endpoint Signaling Deployment
I donot think a direct physical connection is required between the gateways for direct-endpoint signaling to work.
When the Quintum gateway signals h225 call setup to the Cisco gateway, it will send the signaling packets to the IP address of the Cisco gateway, so at that point the Gatekeeper will just act as a router and route the packets to the destination path.
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the softkeys. You enable or disable them via TCL. Here is the long
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