I am trying to get my head around the redundancy options surrounding Meeting Place 8.0.1
The particular implementation I am looking at is two 7835-I3 servers. I have already installed the two servers, so both run the application server functionality and I have chosen to use the Media Express option during installation. I need to mention that I am looking at implementing a voice only solution.
Now, what I need to ascertain is, what options do I have to make this set up redundant, the documentation that I have found on cisco docwiki on Meeting Place redundancy is scetchy at best. I understand you can implement the scenario I described in a warm standy fashion, whereby you change DNS from the primary server into the secondary server (if for instance meetings.acme.com is used to schedule).
In terms of port density I do not really require RSNA, as I only have 200 voice ports licenced, so this can run off a single 7835.
The other thing I am trying to figure out is, how do I have the two servers communicate in a cluster like setup (similar to CUCM and UCX) so that warm standby can be accomplished?
any information/discussion is welcome, or even point me to some clear documentation on the redundancy options for Meetng Place
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