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IPOCC and SE Secondary Server

IPOCC and SE Secondary Server

I've been asked if in case of SE Primary falldown the IPOCC can reconnect to the Secondary one, I suppose absolutely not because the SIP/CTI connection, however has anyone tested?

RE: IPOCC and SE Secondary Server

I haven't seen anywhere that IPOCC would support failover to secondary, if that's an requirement you'll need ACCS.

It might come to IPOCC in the future since I think in theory the software supports it.

"Trying is the first step to failure..." - Homer

RE: IPOCC and SE Secondary Server

Ok, janni, that's all I wanted to know, thank you

RE: IPOCC and SE Secondary Server

IPOCC doesn't support Resiliency. Will support in future releases

RE: IPOCC and SE Secondary Server

Sip resiliency should (in theory) be possible with IPO R10. But I think the IPO TAPI is too bad to support that.

RE: IPOCC and SE Secondary Server

TAPI isn't the issue, it's a limitation in IPOCC.

"Trying is the first step to failure..." - Homer

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