[asterisk-users] Load balancing Asterisk.
jeff at jeff.net
Thu Nov 20 08:38:31 CST 2008
Hardware solutions are of course simply packaged software solutions.
Personally I would go with something that has this wonderful support base
and quick solutions versus dealing with a vendor. You did mention that
price was a consideration, right?
On Thu, 20 Nov 2008, Nitzan Kon wrote:
> --- On Thu, 11/20/08, Grygoriy Dobrovolskyy <megahohol at gmail.com> wrote:
>> 2 openser servers with 3 ip adresses (1 virtual) +
>> heartbeat to ensure the
>> failover + watchdog to ensure if opensips/kamalio/openser
>> crashes a nice
>> failover & reboot, it is working stable here
>> (dispatching to 10 servers +
>> owners DID dispatch to their respective servers)
>> join #opensips on freenode if you need more info.
> Thanks for the info. :)
> I want to stay away from software solutions however. Are there
> any hardware solutions? would a plain load balancer work?
> If we can't get it working with a LB we'll look at OpenSIPS,
> but I'd like to explore hardware options first.
> Nitzan Kon, CEO
> Future Nine Corporation
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