Does anybody have a sample config of creating sub-zones within a single gatekeeper setup? I am trying to set each physical location in our network as a separate sub-zone and then apply differing b/w policies to each subzone.
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You can create 'sub-zones' on a gatekeeper by creating multiple local zones. The key to remember is that there can always be only 1 gatekeeper per zone and each gatekeeper can control multiple zones. For a config example, suppose you have a site in NY, CA and NC. You gatekeeper config can look like this:
zone local NY something.com
zone local CA something.com
zone local NC something.com
zone prefix NY 212*
zone prefix CA 408*
zone prefix NC 919*
gw-type-prefix 1# default-technology
On you endpoints in these three sites, configure each
to register to its appropriate zone and have each endpoint register with a tech-prefix of 1#.
At this point, you endpoints will have dial-peer or route patterns defined to send ARQ's to the gatekeeper for these calls.
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