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IPO Primary and Secondary SE Registration

IPO Primary and Secondary SE Registration

IPO Primary and Secondary SE Registration

Hi! I am encountering a registration issue when creating an extension on the secondary server. After creating user and extension H323 Phone to be exact, it goes discover <IP of the Primary>. I am not sure why it goes like that. PLease help me on this. thanks!

Version of our IPO SE is V.11

RE: IPO Primary and Secondary SE Registration

So theres no possibility that we can create an extension on secondary? Only on primary?

RE: IPO Primary and Secondary SE Registration

id have a separate vlan for them


A word to the wise ain't necessary - it's the stupid ones that need the advice.

RE: IPO Primary and Secondary SE Registration

You can create them wherever you want. But you can just have one DHCP per net. You have to separate the networks of primary and secondary server.

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RE: IPO Primary and Secondary SE Registration

Thank you gyus!

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