[h323plus] GNU Gatekeeper 2.3.2 released

Jan Willamowius jan at willamowius.de
Wed May 26 09:30:23 EDT 2010


a new stable version of the GNU Gatekeeper is now available.

Source code and executables can be downloaded from

Executables are available for
- Linux (32 bit and 64 bit - now statically linked)
- Windows (XP, Vista, Windows7, ...)
- MacOSX (PPC and Intel)
- Solaris 10
- FreeBSD
- OpenBSD

Whats new in GnuGk 2.3.2 ?

New features:
- rewritten srv policy, add handling of LRQs and Setups (needed for
  Tandberg compatibility)
- support for multiple DefaultDomains
- new accounting events: AcctAlert, AcctRegister, AcctUnregister
- added H.460.24 Annex B support
- new switch [RoutedMode]NATStdMin for registering endpoints behind NAT
  to support NAT standard.
- statusport commands UnregisterIP and DisconnectIP now find
  endpoints on non-standard ports
- new status port command BindAndRouteToGateway
- new setting [Neighbor::...] SendAliases= to specify aliases to send
  to the neighbor
- new setting [EP::...] AddNumbers= to add numeric aliases to an
- new variable for sql routing: %{client-auth-id}
- new switch [RoutedMode]RemoveFaxUDPOptionsFromRM=1 to remove
  t38FaxUdpOptions from t38FaxProfile eg. for Avaya Communication
  Manager (thanks Denis Kochmashev)
- support SRVs lookup when registering as endpoint

Changed default:
- change default for [CTI::MakeCall]UseH450= to 0 (supported by more

Bug fixes:
- fix memory leaks
- fix race condition when unregistering child
- always check if DecodeSubType() to avoid crash
- consider H245Routed setting for implied [ModeSelection] rules for
  internal networks (based on patch by Denis Kochmashev)
- make sure explicit [ModeSelection] rules override implied rules for
  internal networks
- don't start GnuGk, if we can't open a signaling port in routed mode
- make sure MySQL config from /etc/my.cnf gets read
- remove supportedFeature H.460.19 from Setup when called party doesn't
  support it

Please use the latest H323Plus and PTLib 2.8.1 to compile.
Please see http://www.gnugk.org/compiling-gnugk.html


Jan Willamowius, jan at willamowius.de, http://www.gnugk.org/

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