Re: Incoming calls fail

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you probably have configured GnuGk for routed-mode or even proxy-mode
and it will forward all messages from the calling endpoint to your RMX.
Thats fine.

When you enable GnuGk's tracing (trace level 5), you can check why
these inbound calls fail.


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Joe Dow wrote:
> I have a polycom RMX1500 setup using the gnugk, outgoing calls are fine
> however when someone calls in, it shows the ip of the gnugk and then
> disconnects within seconds.  The endpoint that is calling I NOT setup to use
> the gnugk. so why would I see the ip of the gatekeeper and not the ip of the
> endpoint when it connects?  
> Joe

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