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subscriber show replciation count 3

hi,

I have 5 ccm in a cluster.Out of 5 1 show replciation count 3 all other shows 2 .

The one which show replication count of 3 is in wan with latency < 4

below is some portion of reporting

<title>Unified CM Database Access</title>

<comment>For every server, shows if you can read from the local and publisher databases.</comment>

<comment style='good'>Local and publisher databases accessible.</comment>

<div id='div1com.cisco.ccm.common.reports.DBAccessSource@1db189e' style='detail'>

<table summary='Database Access'>

<row>

<cell style='header'>Server</cell>

<cell style='header'>Publisher DB Reachable</cell>

<cell style='header'>Local DB Reachable</cell>

</row>

<row>

<cell style='header'>10.20.1.223</cell>

<cell>true</cell>

<cell>true</cell>

</row>

<row>

<cell style='header'>10.221.128.226</cell>

<cell>true</cell>

<cell>true</cell>

</row>

<row>

<cell style='header'>10.20.1.224</cell>

<cell>true</cell>

<cell>true</cell>

</row>

<row>

<cell style='header'>10.221.128.225</cell>

<cell>true</cell>

<cell>true</cell>

</row>

<row>

<cell style='header'>10.48.1.223</cell>

<cell>true</cell>

<cell>true</cell>

</row>

</table>

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subscriber show replciation count 3

Hi,

Have a look at the info contained in this link:-

https://supportforums.cisco.com/docs/DOC-13672#CUCM_5x_Replication_Architecture

Regards

Alex

Regards, Alex. Please rate useful posts.
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