I'm aware that the current version of Jabber for Windows doesnt fully support HA CUPs servers, does anyone know in which release that this will be supported?
I have lab tested this and discovered that if I use 2 DNS SRV records, pointing to them to the primary and backup CUP servers (active/standby redundancy), the Jabber Windows client automatically fails over to the backup CUP server in the event that the primary server is down (although it can take upto 5 mins to failover). The HA works for both logged in clients and new clients logging in when the primary server is down.
Is this a valid workaround until HA is fully supported?
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