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VCS cluster creation in a public domain

Hi

I have a customer who is wishing to create a VCS cluster on the Internet, they have a VCS cluster in their network and an expressway, they want to use the public cluster to direct incoming calls to various points of entry into their network.

To create a VCS cluster on the internet how does the DNS work?

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Richard Bellingham

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VCS cluster creation in a public domain

Could you explain a bit more how the setup is or better how it shall be?

If they only have one VCS-E I do not really see the benefits.

Can you define "various points of entry". For Video it could only be other VCSs.

For other services / 3rd party productgs on the same domain, it might work but

you should test it upfront.

An option is to have multiple VCS-E spreaded over the world and use a VCS-C to distribute the calls

if they use a single domain over all VCS-Es. And sure this could also be a VCS-C "lookup" cluster which

then points to  multiuple clusters of VCS-E which are the traversal server for multiple clusters of VCS-Cs on the inside :-)

In that case the primary SRV records would point to the "lookup" VCS-C (cluster).

In the back the VCS-C has a neighbor zone and search rules looking at the VCS-Es

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VCS cluster creation in a public domain

Yes in the future they will be adding various points of entry around the world so as not to use up their own internal bandwidth.

So SRV records will need to be created in the VCS-C?

VCS cluster creation in a public domain

no, the srv records are DNS records, you just point them to the VCS-C.

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