WaveVoIP Posted December 20, 2022 Report Share Posted December 20, 2022 Hey guys, I am needing to get redundancy out of my system. I know there is a load balancer option under administrator system level > settings > general > system > load balancer address ... But there is not really any documentation from what I have seen that shows how to do this. Ideally I would want to run my PBX in a cluster. Each system is synced in real time and when a call is made it uses the closest PBX to establish the connection. And if for some instance a node in the cluster goes down it won't affect the calls. And when that node comes back online it just syncs back with the other nodes and goes right back into production without any missing CDR records. I'm not a huge fan of the built in failover feature in the PBX. I much rather have it working in a clustered environment. Is this sort of scenario possible to accomplish with Vodia? And if so what is the best way to go about doing this sort of setup? I have thought about setting up a proxmox cluster with 3 hosts / nodes and have high availability with a ceph cluster for the PBX VM. This should allow the PBX VM to live migrate over to another node in the cluster incase of failure. Which would be fine. But I would be limiting my resources to just a single system at that point. And basically this would give me 2 active standbys for failover. Not my favorite approach to it. I much rather actually get to use the hardware that I'm paying for and have the ability for all of the nodes in the cluster to be used simultaneously. If it makes a difference I am currently hosting my PBX on Vultr. But I am open to change and would like to also hear others thoughts and opinions on what they are using. Price isn't my biggest concern. I'm more focused on reliability and performance. Also I am based in US, Texas. So providers with datacenters in my area are preferred. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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