[Ekiga-list] gatekeeper automatic discovery

teamlog clement.jeanne at teamlog.com
Fri Dec 15 09:27:36 UTC 2006

Ok, you answered my main question. 
Is there a timetable for the "Automatic Discovery" to be reimplemented ? Or
is this so much useless that the is much chance for it not to be
reimplemented at anytime? 
Anyway, all my congratulations for the really great job you are doing.

Ps: I'm not allowed due to the architecture to register on the same
gatekeeper each time. No VPN as well. But I'll try to investigate and let
you know...

Damien Sandras wrote:
> Le jeudi 14 décembre 2006 à 08:56 -0800, teamlog a écrit :
> [...]
>> Thanks, 
>> no problem with the gatekeeper because I am the administrator as well. 
>> My last question is why "Automatic Discovery" has been removed ? security
>> problem or something else ?
> Just because I had no time to reimplement it yet :)
> Ekiga has migrated to a new stack, so much work was involved in SIP.
>> Another question : how can I manage to get the same feature ? I mean, if
>> my
>> terminal move somewhere else in another network, get another IP address
>> from
>> DHCP and so on... how can I automatically register to the new local
>> gatekeeper without seizing it's address ? I guess I can do something with
>> an
>> FQDN that can be resolved differently depending the place the terminal
>> is,
>> but I'm unsure. Or maybe the adresse of the local gatekeeper can be set
>> by
>> the DHCP process... Any idea ?
> a VPN perhaps?
> It is the safest thing if you are always connecting to the same
> gatekeeper...
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