As you replied I configured one pilot and one set MWI, but I actually only used one set of vm ports and it works. Both unity servers use the same name prefix CiscoUM1-VI, when the primary goes down, the failover auto registers with the CCM with the same name.
When a Unity server comes online, it tries to register it's vm ports to the ccm cluster. If two servers have the same name for vm ports, they are both going to fight to register the ports. If port2 on unity-primary unregistered for whatever reason, port2 of unity-sec will register. When a call hits the second port, you have a failover.
First thing to do when you read this post is to delete the vm ports on Unity secondary, and reconfigure a new set with different names.
I tried to do as you recommended. But when I added another sets of ports with the same pilot number using port wizard, it prompts that the pilot has been used please select another pilot. So I am actually not able to do this unless use different pilot. How can do this? thanks
Also I am thinking since the failover unity is inactive, it should not register with CCM until the failover becomes active. Is this correct?
You only need one pilot for both Unity servers (Primary and secondary)
What version of Unity? In Unity 3.x, you set FNA of ALL ports for Primary Unity to first port of Secondary Unity. In Unity 4.x, you have two Line Groups - one for primary, and one for secondary. The Hunt List has both LG. The pilot is also the Hunt Pilot DN.
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