Hi All - We have installed CUCM 8.5.1 cluster with PUB and one SUB, Checked the DB Replication from publisher (GUI) observed the below results.
PUB - Good
SUB - Initiliazing
Replication Count same for both
Checked the same from SUB (GUI), observed Good for both Pub and Sub and Replication Count as Same for both node.
Checked the same in CLI of both PUB and SUB, observed Good for both node.
Checked the same in RTMT observed Good for both node.
Not Sure why in Pub (GUI) it shows Initilizating for Sub and i tried to restart both node no go.
We have six Phones, out of which 3 Phones is getting registered in PUB and 3 Phones are in Sub, but in Device pool i have mapped CUCM Group where Sub is first and Pub is Second.
And i have enabled Auto-Reg for CUCM Group which is added in Device pool and enabled the Extn Range in both servers.
Not sure why 3 phones are getting registered in Pub, I tried deleting Trust List also done Factory Reset still those 3 phones are getting register in Pub but Sub has first priority.
When i stop call Manager services in Pub, phones which is pub are not jumping to Sub and the same has been observed in Sub, Phones which is in Sub are not jumping to Pub when i stop call manager services of Sub.
Can you please suggest some any T,shoot to fix this issue.
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