For several months now, we have experienced problems with MCU calls scheduled on TMS failing over during the call. This has caused us a lot of grief, and the fix has always been to browse into the media blade and delete all of the Completed Conferences. My question is how are these conferences getting listed in the Completed Conferences section? It is my understanding that meetings booked through TMS do not fall into that section after they end.
MSE 8420 4.3 (1.68)
I see in my TMS meeting event logs, that there were warnings: no response from main system. The main system in this case was Pont_NB_IP_Bridge 2. It eventually failed over to Pont_NB_IP_Bridge1. When it says no response, does that mean no SNMP response? I have checked with my network architect and there were no problems with the network at this time, and both the MSE 8420 and TMS are on the same network. TMS is set up to automatically fail over if "Conference Start or MCU Polling fails" and the threshold is 30 seconds after first failed poll.\
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