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CCM redundancy for EM service.

I want to make sure that when my publisher is down than EM service should query subscriber...

How ever i don't have provision to do the DNS changes....

So i tried to enable 2 EM service on publisher by putting "@" in between the two service XML URL below is the e.g. of it

but that also didn't work...

so wht i have left now is i can do a load balancing on switch or router...but i have only 2811 router...

so can i do a load balancing on 2811 router...also if answer is yes than which version of IOS i require.....

and if is there is any other options available than please let me know.....


Re: CCM redundancy for EM service.

Prior to 6.0, we relied completely on the publisher for EM, so the redundancy story was simple - everything on one node. Now that the Publisher is no longer a single point of failure for EM and login/logouts can be done on any node in the cluster, there are two things that must be considered for EM redundancy beginning with CM 6.0: IP Phone Services menu and the EM login/logout phone service.

IOS Server Load Balancing (SLB) - Where an IOS box front-ends CM servers such that all requests for phone services menu and EM login/logout service are sent to the IOS box which distributes the requests to the CM nodes in the cluster. This provides the ability to either load balance or bypass a node failure. Thus the Services URL for the IP Phone services menu (when you push the Services button on a phone) as well as the EM URL for the EM phone services are pointing to the IP/hostname of the IOS box. In this way, a failure of a node can be routed around on the fly and because in 6.0 EM logins are done at the local node, redundancies for all aspects of EM are possible.

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Re: CCM redundancy for EM service.

Hi drolemc,

Thanks for ur reply.. However i want to tell u that we have only 2811 router here. And as far as i know IOS loadbalancing can be done on 3600 series routers, or 7200 series router.. or may be with cat 6500 series switches...

So can i do load balancing with Cisco 2811 router also... Also i dont have provision to do changes in DNS...

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