Recreating Subscription fails after Deleting Failed subscription

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Sep 23rd, 2007

Subscription failed for a subscriber in my cluster, I then deleted the subscription according to cisco documentation "Reestablishing a Broken CallManager Cluster SQL

Subscription with Cisco CallManager

Document ID: 46100"..

However, when I try to recreate the subscription, i get the error "server is not registered with Publisher, publisher does not allow anonymous connection, contact publisher administrator for anonymous connection"...

What should I do? I have already deleted the failed subscription......CCM 4.1(3)

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okanlawon.ayodeji Sun, 09/23/2007 - 03:19


I am so happy you responded. You are the MAN in this forum. I have read a little about you on the internet..I am proud of what yoiu have achieved in your career..I want to be better than you!!! So want to ask for a be your friend...I work in the UK with a cisco gold partner nscglobal. my email is [email protected].If I can have your contacts it will be great!!!

Back to the issue: The subscription has been deleted!!! WILL DBLhelper recreate the deleted subscription?

rob.huffman Sun, 09/23/2007 - 03:43

Hi Okanlawon,

Thank you for your very kind words :) I will fire you off an email when I get back to work so we can correspond. My advice for this issue would be to open a TAC Case. There are likely to be some registry changes required here that they will be able to help you with.

We will talk soon, Good luck!


mchandak Sun, 09/23/2007 - 06:28

For this to work, you need to right click on SQL Server Group|New Server Registration. Go through the Wizard and add the Subscriber SQL Server to this list. Also, do the same for the Publisher. Currently your Publisher server should be listed as "local". You need to remove this local and then add the Publisher. Once this is done, you should be able to get through with the Manual steps to recreate SQL Subscription.

Also, if your not to comfortable playing with SQL, you should open a TAC Case and have a TAC Engineer do it for you.

Hope this helps

Ayodeji oladipo... Tue, 09/25/2007 - 07:09

Thanks for this. The only problem I have after removing the local from the publisher, register it using its real name, it tells me that the SUbcriber is not registerd to the Publisher hence cant subscribe to the subscription from the publisher...

d.menkel Fri, 09/12/2008 - 22:03

On the Publisher/SQL Enterprise Manager/Publisher Database/Publications/Configure Publishing, Subscribing and Distribution/Subscribers/check the subscriber servers host name to enable it to subscribe to the Publishers publication.


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