Redundancy can be "CUCM if you publisher and subscibers " , redundancy for TFTP , redundancy between route groups for outgoing calls , and redundancy for media resources ,etc.. .
1-Redundancy for CUCM servers
1.A- For redundancy you can find under your CUCM group , your CUCMs "publisher and subscriber" . You can go to CUCM system - Cisco CUCM group configuration -find . After this check the result you have to see your CUCM group "the IPs or hostname of your existing CUCM".
2-If you configured TFTP on your CUCM " you can configure redundancy ".
3-Redundancy if you have MGCP configuration , you can check your Voice gateway that can reach your CUCMs.On the output you will see "one is registered and other is backup".
if you have h323 , you can see under configuration redundancy dial-peers which will hit your CUCMs cluster.
dial-peer voice 130 voip /this dial-peer will hit my CUCM 1/ description CALL MANAGER PEER destination-pattern 3... session target ipv4:10.10.30.2 incoming called-number . voice-class codec 1 voice-class h323 1 dtmf-relay h245-alphanumeric no vad ! dial-peer voice 131 voip /this dial-peer will hit my CUCM 2 if CUCM 1 unavailable/ description CALL MANAGER PEER preference 1 destination-pattern 3... session target ipv4:10.10.30.1 incoming called-number . voice-class codec 1 voice-class h323 1 dtmf-relay h245-alphanumeric no vad
4-On CUCM if you have more than voice gateway , you can check the redundancy for outgoing calls. For examply " you have E1 and FXO . CUCM call routing -route/hunt-route list "you can see under configured route list your existing route groups.
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