I'm trying to do a gk>gk peering with a NexTone gatekeeper.
Here is gk config on my 2600 (12.2.11T2 IOS):
zone remote NEXTONE nextone.com 10.10.10.10
zone prefix NEXTONE *
However, when calls are placed, the 2600 sends the LRQ to the NexTone, it receives an LCF back, but the 2600 then turns around and sends and ARJ to the orig gateway.
If I have the NexTone register to the 2600 and appear as a gateway (local zone) and I reconfig the gatekeeper to route all calls to the local zone, the calls go thru fine. (Orig gw sends ARQ for the number being dialed, then sends an ACF because it found a term box in the local zone).
I found bug CSCdx57857 first found in 12.2.8T which sounds remarkable similar to my situation. But since I'm running 12.2.11T2, this bug fix should have been rolled up into it.
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