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 To :  "paul@i..." <paul@i...>, Jarod Kripke<sergeantpepper86@g...>, "yate@v..." <yate@v...>
 From :  Gamaliel Bedolla <gbf@t...>
 Subject :  RE: [yate] Switching beetwen gateways
 Date :  Tue, 13 Sep 2011 15:07:12 +0000
Hi Jarod,

I'm trying to do the same thing, but I'm using keepalived to share a virtual IP address between two servers running YATE with the same config.
At this time, it works ok, also you can run scripts at the time a backup server becomes master and visceversa.
The only one thing is in one of the servers I'm not able to make sctp work. Perhaps because is installed in VMware.

GamaB.

From: paul@i... [mailto:paul@i...]
Sent: Tuesday, September 13, 2011 8:11 AM
To: Jarod Kripke; yate@v...
Subject: Re: [yate] Switching beetwen gateways

Hi Jarod,

I do not think you can do that in Yate. I stand corrected though.

If NOT, what you could do is have a highly available intelligent load balancer sitting in front of your PSTN gateways.

Opensips a SIP Proxy, can be configured to operate as an intelligent load balancer.

PaulM

Sent from my BlackBerry(r) Paul M. Mathebula

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From: Jarod Kripke 
Date: Tue, 13 Sep 2011 11:59:38 +0400
To: 
Subject: [yate] Switching beetwen gateways

I have two PSTN gateways in my network. Can Yate check availability of both gateways and, if one of gateways is going down, send all outgoing calls to  second gateway?

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Hi Jarod,

 

I’m trying to do the same thing, but I’m using keepalived to share a virtual IP address between two servers running YATE with the same config.

At this time, it works ok, also you can run scripts at the time a backup server becomes master and visceversa.

The only one thing is in one of the servers I’m not able to make sctp work. Perhaps because is installed in VMware.

 

GamaB.

 

From: paul@i... [mailto:paul@i...]
Sent: Tuesday, September 13, 2011 8:11 AM
To: Jarod Kripke; yate@v...
Subject: Re: [yate] Switching beetwen gateways

 

Hi Jarod,

I do not think you can do that in Yate. I stand corrected though.

If NOT, what you could do is have a highly available intelligent load balancer sitting in front of your PSTN gateways.

Opensips a SIP Proxy, can be configured to operate as an intelligent load balancer.

PaulM

Sent from my BlackBerry® Paul M. Mathebula


From: Jarod Kripke <sergeantpepper86@g...>

Date: Tue, 13 Sep 2011 11:59:38 +0400

To: <yate@v...>

Subject: [yate] Switching beetwen gateways

 

I have two PSTN gateways in my network. Can Yate check availability of both gateways and, if one of gateways is going down, send all outgoing calls to  second gateway?  

 

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Feel the power of the dark side!