I have configured IPMA in a CCM cluster running 4.1(3). The primary server is the publisher and the secondary the subscriber. When I downloaded the assistant software
It preconfigured the IP address of the subscriber to access to the service. If I try to log the assistant using the ip address of the primary (publisher) I get an error.
If I try to access the manager config page with the ip address of the primary I get an Internal server error Anyway, IPMA is running ok! Also, we unplugged the primary and the IPMA doesnt worked anymore until we plugged it again.
Any idea what is happening? Im a little bit worried and I dont know if open a TAC case
a very good link, anyway all is well configured and the application is working well, but some strange behavior with the service and the redundancy is not working. How could I check if all is alright? Maybe a bug? the behaviour I've seen is very strange..
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