[asterisk-users] Redundant * servers
dgarstan at talkplus.com
Mon Apr 16 17:47:01 MST 2007
Err, what happens if someone transfers a call and the new call leg gets
routed through a different asterisk server because the dns changed?
Andrew Latham wrote:
> Use round robin on DNS with a replicated DB on each server
> 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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