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C-LAN socket load balancing, congestion etc.

C-LAN socket load balancing, congestion etc.

C-LAN socket load balancing, congestion etc.

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Hi All, we are on CM 1.3 and recently set up one (1) 4620 phone.  We have 4 C-LAN boards, used for Intuity Audix, CMS, and administration via ASA.

In the documentation, Avaya says that prior to CM 2.0, there is a round-robin algorithm which can result in a skewed distribution of endpoints among available C-LANs.

To make a long-story short, it seems that after the 4620 registers, about 10 minutes later, the CMS link will go down--the 4620 is using the CMS C-LAN as its CallSv, even though the IP address configured is another C-LAN board.  Can anyone tell from my description what the problem is?  Thanks!

John

RE: C-LAN socket load balancing, congestion etc.

I think you may have posted this to the wrong fourm try the Definity Forum.

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