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Avaya PG

Hi all,

we need to know if it is supported to connect an Avaya PIM using 2 MAPD boards for failover, i mean, each pim is connected to host1 (MAPD1) and host2 (MAPD2). How is the failover in this scenario with duplexed PGs?

Thanks in advance.

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Re: Avaya PG

You can do it either way but the more traditional deployment design puts PG Side A to MAP/D #1 and PG Side B to MAP/D #2. If you had both MAP/Ds in both SideA and SideB PGs then the PG will require connection to both all the time

There is no impact to ICM failover in the traditional design as a MAP/D failure would cause the other PG Side to try to connect to the other MAP/D.

/Jeff

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Re: Avaya PG

You can do it either way but the more traditional deployment design puts PG Side A to MAP/D #1 and PG Side B to MAP/D #2. If you had both MAP/Ds in both SideA and SideB PGs then the PG will require connection to both all the time

There is no impact to ICM failover in the traditional design as a MAP/D failure would cause the other PG Side to try to connect to the other MAP/D.

/Jeff

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