NathanB Posted June 3, 2021 Report Share Posted June 3, 2021 Hi. I was hoping to find some more detailed information or a guide on the Failover feature of the Vodia Hosted PBX. I have read the information from https://doc.vodia.com/docs/failover but it doesn't quite clear up everything for me If nothing else exists the questions i have are: (Currently running v66 of Vodia Hosted PBX on Debian 64bit) 1. At what point in setting up the second PBX do I enable Failover? Once Vodia is installed and the license key is entered do i then go to the failover config, or is there other "system level" config that also needs to be set first? 2. In the Failover config page (reg_failover.htm) - does this need to be configured on both servers, or just the secondary? 3. Path to store the fail over information - Where does the command line option "--serverdir <dir>" come into effect, do I need to append this to "pbxctrl" when the service starts each time, or does it get called from a different executable and once it is set then that's it? Does this also only get set on the secondary server, or both? - I'm guessing this also means that a file share has to remain available externally to both PBX's? 4. "The license must list all IP addresses that will be used by the primary and the secondary server" - How do i set this? on the Vodia Portal I can change the IP address, but I want to add one. Can i do multiple values with a delimiter? Thanks in advance, Nathan Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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