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One VCS-C with two traversal clients to two differents VCS-E (traversal servers)

Hello,

 

Can i have one VCS-C connected to two different VCS-E ?

 

So, i will configure two "Traversal Clients" at VCS-C each one pointing to VCS-E, and each VCS-E will have one "Traversal Server" configured.

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Hello Jose, yes, thats

Hello Jose,

 

yes, thats possible, you can have multiple traversal clients (and also traversal servers) on each VCS.

 

Jens: there are a plenty deployments where this might make sense. A cluster can only make sense where you need one logical instance, which than happens to be multiple physical boxes.

 

We have customers which need a secure enviroment, so they have a VCS-E for outbound communication, a VCS-Control for generic endpoints and then a VCS-E for an other network to terminate internal VPN connections which could not directly talk to the inside.

 

There was an other posting here recently where one company had a VCS-E+C setup, the other

C only, so they could use one VCS-E to talk to each other.

 

But even in the same network where you would like to cluster but you can not because of

different geolocations with to much delay in between the sites, ...

 

And so on ;-)

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Why not cluster the two VCS-E

Why not cluster the two VCS-E instead? Should make call routing a bit simpler.

/jens

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Hello Jose, yes, thats

Hello Jose,

 

yes, thats possible, you can have multiple traversal clients (and also traversal servers) on each VCS.

 

Jens: there are a plenty deployments where this might make sense. A cluster can only make sense where you need one logical instance, which than happens to be multiple physical boxes.

 

We have customers which need a secure enviroment, so they have a VCS-E for outbound communication, a VCS-Control for generic endpoints and then a VCS-E for an other network to terminate internal VPN connections which could not directly talk to the inside.

 

There was an other posting here recently where one company had a VCS-E+C setup, the other

C only, so they could use one VCS-E to talk to each other.

 

But even in the same network where you would like to cluster but you can not because of

different geolocations with to much delay in between the sites, ...

 

And so on ;-)

Please remember to rate helpful responses and identify

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