Re: [GnomeMeeting-list] default gateway (no gk)]

of course, thats right.

Damien Sandras wrote:

That's a bit misleading too, putting the IP of a gateway in the
Gatekeeper section when that gateway is not a gatekeeper is a bit
counter-intuitive I think.

I'll think to a solution for 0.98.

Le mar 25/02/2003 à 16:17, Martin Lang a écrit :
From: Martin Lang <m lang thiesen com>
To: Damien Sandras <dsandras seconix com>
Subject: Re: [GnomeMeeting-list] default gateway (no gk)
Date: 25 Feb 2003 16:14:04 +0100

ok what i'm think... ;)
i think it is the best way you don't add a additional field for a other non gk server adress, but you check the given gk host in the background, if the given gk host isn't a gk than you try the same way that gm goes when you type in a number with "@".
so one field to functions: gk or id
and nobody notice something.

Damien Sandras wrote:

Le mar 25/02/2003 à 15:37, Martin Lang a écrit :

Hello all!
i have one question, i use gnomemeeting as telephonie software.
my pc telephone switchboard is a pc software "pbx4linux" ( with h323 support.
so everytime i make a call to anywhere i must type
in (in gm) "callto://0979142 192 168 1 7" ( is the telephone switchboard host).
if there any chance that i dont must every time type in the "@"?
so only the number: "callto://0979142"?

note the pbx4linux isn't a gk software.
thanks for help!
martin lang

This is an option I long hesitated to include or not. I could easily
include it, but I fear people make the confusion between gateway,
gatekeeper, proxy, and so on.

What do you think?

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