I know this is a pain, but rather than try to re-establish broken links, I've found it just as easy (and more reliable) to rebuild the subscriber.
The installation of the subscriber does all of the link re-creation for you as part of the proccess and you know you have a good build, with nothing suspect.
You should just re-home all the handsets to different servers before you start the re-build to make sure they don't try and move back too early. The whole proccess should only take a couple of hours per subscriber. Oh and make sure you keep the server names the same as before.
I was afraid it might come to that. I may check with the TAC to see if they encountered this and have any recommendations, but I guess I'll start to just have to get used to the idea.
We use the A/D plugin, are trying to use IPMA and I've noticed that the upgrade/same-server replacement processes don't handle these plugins particularly well. On the bright side I can re-install and configure these features with my eyes closed after the last couple 'upgrade' attempts.
Here is one last suggestion, try to power down the entire 3 servers in the cluster, bring up the publisher, the start the subscribers, this will re-establish the SDL intra cluster connections and hence replication for the sql as well. It may be worth a try prior to rebuilding the subscribers.
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