[asterisk-users] Redundant * servers
Yossi Ben Hagai
yossibh at gmail.com
Mon Apr 16 12:38:05 MST 2007
It's possible, have the SIP clients use SRV records for server location and
use asterisk ARA to store SIP peers and extension.conf on DB. if the users
are not behind NAT it should work.
(open)SER is much better solution for high traffic / availability setups.
On 4/16/07, J. Oquendo <sil at infiltrated.net> wrote:
> Without using Dundi or SER, any thoughts on the following anyone?
> Has something similar been implemented anywhere so as to me not
> having to horribly butcher code...
> 4 servers SIP1-4
> User1 -- -- SIP1 --
> \ / \
> User2 ------ Go to register ------- SIP2 ----- Whereis? --> DB
> / \ /
> User3 -- -- SIP3 --
> Where users no matter who they are, register and are passed
> off to the next server in sequence... For example, ten
> people are all registering right now...
> User1 --> SIP1
> User2 --> SIP2
> User3 --> SIP3
> User4 --> SIP1
> And so on... where an ATA, VoIP phone, etc., would have its
> information stored via database and pulled and pushed anytime
> something happened with that User... Make sense?
> Think of a "load balanced" SIP cluster if you will WITHOUT
> SER or Dundi...
> J. Oquendo
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