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Business Edition 6000 HA

Is it possible to set up two BE6K's   in active/active configuration for CUC 9.1?           

  • IP Telephony
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Business Edition 6000 HA

+5 for Rob for correct answer.

Think about BE6K as a solution with individual applications, so the redundancy would be at the application level where they can be spread between 2 BE6K UCS servers.

Chris

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Business Edition 6000 HA

Hey Pete,

Yes, this is supported

Note

The  Connection cluster feature is supported for use with Cisco Unified  Communications Manager Business Edition 6000, however, it is not  supported with Cisco Unified Communications Manager Business Edition  3000 and Cisco Unified Communications Manager Business Edition 5000.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/connection/9x/design/guide/9xcucdg060.html

Cheers!

Rob

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Hall of Fame Super Silver

Business Edition 6000 HA

+5 for Rob for correct answer.

Think about BE6K as a solution with individual applications, so the redundancy would be at the application level where they can be spread between 2 BE6K UCS servers.

Chris

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Business Edition 6000 HA

Thank you both for the quick response.  I had a readup on the CUC 9.x clustering, and found this line about the CUC publisher responsibilities.

Homing and publishing the database and message store, which are both replicated to the other server.

thats the piece I couldnt get  a handle on.

thanks again

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