We are trying to set up a GateKeeper on a Cisco 7206 to route voip calls between two gateways. I would like to be able to do this WITHOUT registering the gateway endpoints. I have been unsuccessfull in my attempts to get this to work. Here is our Gatekeeper config:
zone local gk anyco.com
no zone subnet gk default enable
alias static x.x.x.x 1720 gkid gk gateway voip ras x.x.x.x 1719 e164 53*
alias static x.x.x.x 1720 gkid gk gateway voip ras y.y.y.y 1719
gw-type-prefix 53* gw ipaddr y.y.y.y 1720
Here is the originating gateway. config.
dial-peer voice 53 voip
translate-outgoing called 1
voice-class codec 1
session target ipv4:GATEKEEPER ip
All we are doing here is placing a call from our IVR into the gateway which strips the auth code(xxxxxx) and 011 then passes the call over to the gatekeeper. When I try and place a call here is what I get, this is a "sh call hist voice" from the gateway:
DisconnectText=no route to destination.
I did this on the gatekeeper as well and it doesnt show anything.
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