I am using a Cisco 7200 as a gatekeeper and I have setup a RADIUS server to log the calls. The problem is that the gatekeeper is not logging the IP ADDRESSes of the gateways (even for gateways registered to its local zone). It just logs the H323-ID of the gateways belonging to the local zone. Although you can see the IP address of the gateways in the "show gatekeeper calls" command ouput.
Is there anyway I could configure the gatekeeper to log the IP address of the gateways. Is this done through the GK API? If yes, could anyone explain or give me an example?
Re: Gatekeeper Accounting: Logging the IP addresses
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