if all you have is 3 gateways and only 3 area codes you are routing to, why do you have to go with a gatekeeper. You can just create dial-peer with session target ipv4 pointing specific area codes to the GWs that can terminate that area code on the PSTN side.
If you really have to go with the gatekeeper option, can you elaborate more on the problem? i am not sure i follow you.
Thanks for your reply. For the ease of understanding i just mentioned the 3 Gateways its more than that. Yes for calls between sites we follow the same configuration. The issue is the calls termination on our GWs from rest of the world through our privider. They were sending the calls to the GWs directly now we want to use GK as we are increasing service provider and want to route through it. I have done the config but the problem i feel is i find other GWs in area which they can't entertain as you can see in the output. Thanks
Hi, you need known how the rest of the world gw``s can send calls to your gw through your gatekeeper ? And your calls can be send through your gatekeeper to the rest of the world, or to your provider ?
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