Re: nat.ini file in the source

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Hi Jean,

a GnuGk on a public IP with H.460.18 enabled is usually the best choice.

If you have internal endpoints that don't support H.460.18 or if you
want to optimize the RTP flow for calls that stay within your NAT, you
might want to add a 2nd GnuGk inside the NAT.


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Jean Lÿffffe9olein BEBEY wrote:
> Thank you Jan.
> The best choice is to use one public address on gatekeeper and  option H.460.18 ?
> Regards,
> Jean 
>      Le Jeudi 19 février 2015 14h31, Jan Willamowius <jan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> a écrit :
>  Hi Jean, 
> That config example was added in 2006. At that time GnuGk (and most endpoints) didn't support H.460 NAT traversal. 
> We still support this config option, but today you have much better choices. 
> Regards, 
> Jan
> Am 19. Februar 2015 12:55:27 MEZ, schrieb "Jean Lÿffffe9olein BEBEY" <jlbebey@xxxxxxxx>:
>  Hi,
> In gatekeeper example file nat.ini, it shows how to use the gatekeeper behind a NAT box.I want to know in which case to use this configuration while the best configuration want the gatekeeper has one public address ?
> Regards

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