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Question in Avaya IPO Server Edition Resiliency Design

Question in Avaya IPO Server Edition Resiliency Design

Question in Avaya IPO Server Edition Resiliency Design

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can we make resiliency for Avaya IPO Server edition if Server A is not the same type of server B ? I have a client who has SE R640 Server and he would like to add another node for resiliency can I make the resiliency using R340 or any other server or both server should be matched in the hardware level to achieve the resiliency for the server edition ??!

RE: Question in Avaya IPO Server Edition Resiliency Design

Its simply down to numbers. Would the number of users/extensions/calls it would have to support during resilience be within the supported capacity of a R240 server? So the document you need to look at is the IP Office Capacity docs.

Stuck in a never ending cycle of file copying.

RE: Question in Avaya IPO Server Edition Resiliency Design

(OP)
Thanks Sizbut, yes you are correct I have checked with ATAC team and they confirmed that it's all about capacity planning

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