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Bridge Question

Posted this last week, re-posting due to no response:

I have a Unity server in California that speaks to three remote octel sites via a Unity bridge which is co-located onsite with the California Unity server.

We just brought another Unity server up for this customer at a site in Kansas. The two Unity's are not digitally networked at all - they are completely independent of one another. Customer wants to implement the ability for the Unity in Kansas to communicate with the same octel nodes that the California Unity is communicating with. What would be the best way to do that? Do I need another bridge server in Kansas, or can I use the bridge in California?

As always, your suggestions and feedback are greatly appreciated.

John.

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Re: Bridge Question

You would need another bridge server for that. In fact, since the Unity systems are not networked at all, you could even set them up so they appear as remote Octel nodes to one another.

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Re: Bridge Question

Can you point me to any additional documenation that may help make this more clear?

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