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H323 Client (Netmeeting) with IOS Gatekeeper

Hi,

The environment consists of CM 4.1.3 , IOS GK and IP Phones and net meeting clients.

I would like to initiate calls from Netmeting clients to IP Phones and vice versa. What I find is that the IP Phones are able to call the netmeeting clients but not the other way around.

When doing a debug h225 asn I get the following output:

AF0100

*Apr 10 12:40:28.326:

*Apr 10 12:40:28.326: RAS INCOMING PDU ::=

value RasMessage ::= admissionRequest :

{

requestSeqNum 6

callType pointToPoint : NULL

endpointIdentifier {"46D6D0A400000003"}

destinationInfo

{

dialedDigits : "3165"

}

srcInfo

{

dialedDigits : "3199",

dialedDigits : "3199"

}

bandWidth 1

callReferenceValue 18180

conferenceID '86AD974CFD08524A8FAC8BFE9663A075'H

activeMC FALSE

answerCall FALSE

canMapAlias FALSE

callIdentifier

{

guid '80FCEEB9BD01E14AAEB146F1C33B5BAF'H

}

willSupplyUUIEs FALSE

}

*Apr 10 12:40:28.330: H225 NONSTD OUTGOING PDU ::=

value ARJnonStandardInfo ::=

{

callReleaseSource gatekeeper : NULL

iecInfo

{

'10201190000E0000'H

}

}

*Apr 10 12:40:28.330: H225 NONSTD OUTGOING ENCODE BUFFER::= 80E00160090110201190

000E0000

*Apr 10 12:40:28.330:

*Apr 10 12:40:28.330: RAS OUTGOING PDU ::=

value RasMessage ::= admissionReject :

{

requestSeqNum 6

rejectReason invalidEndpointIdentifier : NULL

nonStandardData

{

nonStandardIdentifier h221NonStandard :

{

t35CountryCode 181

t35Extension 0

manufacturerCode 18

}

data '80E00160090110201190000E0000'H

}

}

*Apr 10 12:40:28.330: RAS OUTGOING ENCODE BUFFER::= 2D000564B50000120E80E0016009

0110201190000E0000

*Apr 10 12:40:28.330:

*Apr 10 12:40:31.846: RAS INCOMING ENCODE BUFFER::= 0E4021CD060008914A0002000100

0A0201FEE02701000A0201FEC5B708800228780A0501004040100280007A006F006E006500310062

00B50000120E8E02003B0180211E0034003700420030003600430038003400300030003000300030

0030003000320100

*Apr 10 12:40:31.846:

*Apr 10 12:40:31.846: RAS INCOMING PDU ::=

value RasMessage ::= registrationRequest :

{

requestSeqNum 8654

protocolIdentifier { 0 0 8 2250 0 2 }

discoveryComplete FALSE

callSignalAddress

{

ipAddress :

{

ip '0A0201FE'H

port 57383

}

}

rasAddress

{

ipAddress :

{

ip '0A0201FE'H

port 50615

}

}

terminalType

{

gateway

{

protocol

{

h323 :

{

}, voice :

{

supportedPrefixes

{

{

prefix dialedDigits : "1#*"

}

}

}

}

}

mc FALSE

undefinedNode FALSE

}

gatekeeperIdentifier {"zone1b"}

endpointVendor

{

vendor

{

t35CountryCode 181

t35Extension 0

manufacturerCode 18

}

}

timeToLive 60

keepAlive TRUE

endpointIdentifier {"47B06C8400000002"}

willSupplyUUIEs FALSE

}

Any ideas, I have tried playing around with the different codecs supported on the netmeeting client.

your input would be appreciated.

Thanks

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Re: H323 Client (Netmeeting) with IOS Gatekeeper

Have you tried adding the NetMeeting clients as H.323 end points?

Here are the instructions for configuring Netmeeting in CallManager:

Step 1 Open Cisco CallManager.

Step 2 Select Devices > Add a Device.

The Add Device page displays.

Step 3 Select Device Type > Phone >Next

Step 4 Select the appropriate model from the Model drop-down list. In this case you need to select H.323 Client> Next A new window will be displayed

Step 5 In Device Name put the ip address of the PC or laptop that has the Netmeeting.

Leave other parameters as default and click Insert.

Step 6 Click an unassigned line (Line 1, Line 2, and so on).

A new window will be displayed.

Step 7 In Directory Number put the extension for the Netmeeting device.

Leave other parameters as default and click Insert and Close.

Follow these step in the NetMeeting Client:

Step 1 Go to Tools>Options.

In the General section click the Advanced Calling button that is located at the bottom.

A New window will be displayed.

Step 2 In the Gateway Settings section select "use a gateway to call telephones and videoconferencing systems" In the Gateway field put the IP address of the CISCO CALLMANAGER SERVER.

Click Ok>Ok.

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