I'm trying to integrate my internal VTC network (all IP) with an external, separately managed VTC network (all IP). I want to leverage the IP-IP FW functionality within IOS. There are Gatekeepers on both sides of the Gateway.
I'm looking to get my Gateway to register with the Gatekeepers on both sides of the GW, but can't seem to get it to work.
I'm not clear on your setup. So you have - ... gk1 -- ipipgw -- gk2 ... - and you want the IPIPGW to register to both GK1 and GK2?
This is a peculiar setup. If I understand your setup correctly, you can't have a single gateway register to two different gatekeepers. What are you trying to achieve? Maybe there may be a better way to implement what your business needs are...
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