Call Manager does not require a gatekeeper to use H.323 gateways. And Netmeeting is software that allows your PC to talk H.323 to other devices.
The ten cent tour on useing Netmeeting with Call Manager is this:
Add a H.323 gatway in your Call Manager with the IP address of the PC running Netmeeting (this is a pain if using DHCP).
Add a route pattern in your Call Manager for the extenstion that you want this PC to have and point the route pattern to the gateway you just created.
On the PC running netmeeting go into Options and on the general tab click the 'advanced calling' button. Check the box to use a 'Gateway' to make calls to other phones and put in the IP address of the Call manager in that box.
viola, that is the easy way to do it. when an IP phone calls the extension of the netmeeting client the call manager uses the route pattern you created to send the call over to him. When the PC running netmeeting calls another phone netmeeting is know configured to go the Call manager when making calls to other phones.
This has nothing to do with gatekeeper it is just two H.323 endpoints talking to one another.
Personal opinion here is that Callmanager is a complete protocol gateway. It handles all the translations for the protocols. You can deduce this since it alllows a SCCP Phone to talk to a h.323 gateway when you use a 1751 router with a FXO port using h.323.
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