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Unified Failover/Standby Redundancy confused????

We have Unified 4.21 (might upgrade to 7.0 later this year) with exchange 2003 (external).

We have failover design (active/passive) now. In the very near future, we will have DR site.

I think my question is that:

Can Failover and standby Redundancy co-exist?? In other words, two servers with failover at Main Data Center, and 1 server with Standby Redundancy at DR Site.

Anyone done that before??

Thanks

Ken

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Re: Unified Failover/Standby Redundancy confused????

Maybe you meant "Unity" instead of "Unified"? If that's the case, please change the title. So people won't get confused.

Michael

http://htluo.blogspot.com

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Re: Unified Failover/Standby Redundancy confused????

Cant change the title now.. I mean Unified Messaging.

Thanks

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Re: Unified Failover/Standby Redundancy confused????

I think the answer to your question is basically no. You can only setup failover between two Unity hosts. There are no three way replication methods.

I just ran into the same situation where we already have a hot standby failover but wanted to add another DR Unity box.

Basically, our 'DR' plan is to restore the latest DiRT backup in the event of a catasrophic failure.

Hope this helps.

Vance

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