The following ICM 7.2.4 setup:
CCM PG with CTI Server A and B side geographically separated, with 2 separate networks for visible and private LAN.
Failover using ICM service control stop/start, killing dos boxes of icm processes all work ok. However unplugging the visible network cable on e.g. A side results in PG pim and jtapigw processes to become active on the B side, but NOT the CTI server process on the B side.
ICM setup on A and B side with settings like
PG private: xxxpg03ap, xxxpg03bp
CG private: xxxpg03ap, xxxpg03bp
CG visible: xxxpg03a, xxxpg03b
which result in a CG registry key with
CGPrivateInterfaceA/B: xxxpg03ap, xxxpg03bp
CGPublicInterfaceA/B: xxxpg03a, xxxpg03b
PGPrivateInterfaceA/B: xxxpg03ap, xxxpg03bp
PGPublicInterfaceA/B: xxxpg03ap !!!, xxxpg03bp !!!
and the same on the B side
On another platform with similar setup (but v7.1.5) the values are
on the A side
PGPublicInterfaceA/B: xxxpg03a, xxxpg03a !!!
and on the B side
PGPublicInterfaceA/B: xxxpg03b !!!, xxxpg03b
Can somebody explain to me what the values means and what they should be ?
I tried about every combination of private and visible ip# in the registry, but it did not solve the issue.
Network settings are according to Cisco ICM windows staging spec.
Any ideas ?