SBC Pi failover settings

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  1. kencomp

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    Hi,

    In the code below there is TunnelAddr2 and TunnelPort2. I'm assuming that if server 1 goes down it just reconnects to the Tunnel on server 2 at a specified address? Only thing thats confusing is that there is only 1 set of settings for PbxSipIP, should there not be PboxSipIP2?

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    ReconnectInterval = 30 # seconds
    PrintStatsInterval = 30 # seconds
    FailoverInterval = 90 # seconds
    
    [Log]
    Type = syslog   # cout, cerr, file, syslog
    Level = NONE    # NONE", "EMERG", "ALERT", "CRIT", "ERR", "WARNING", "NOTICE", "INFO", "DEBUG", "STACK", "CERR",$
    # File = "/var/log/3cxsbc.log"
    
    [Bridge/123456]
    #Mandatory
    ID = 123456
    Password = 
    
    TunnelAddr =              # 3CX Phone System Tunnel TCP IP or FQDN
    TunnelPort =             # 3CX Phone System Tunnel Port
    
    #TunnelAddr2 =                  # 3CX Phone System Failover Passive Tunnel IP or FQDN
    #TunnelPort2 =                  # 3CX Phone System Failover Passive Tunnel Port
    
    #Optional
    Name = "3CX Session Border Controller"
    
    PbxSipIP =                    # IP address of PBX, mandatory for provisioning to work
    PbxSipPort =           # SIP port of PBX, mandatory for provisioning to work
    
    LocalSipAddr = 0.0.0.0         # local SIP (UDP/TCP) address (def: 0.0.0.0) binds on all interfaces
    LocalSipPort = 5060            # local SIP (UDP/TCP) address (def: 5060) Must be 5060
    
    SecurityMode = 1
    
     
  2. NickD_3CX

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    This assumes that the 2 3CX Phone System installations have been setup with the same FQDN and that the 2 Servers are going to be a 'clone' of each other, by restoring a backup of the one onto the other, so the Tunnel Password is also the same.

    So if you have the same FQDN on both 3CX Server, in the Tunnel address you would put the FQDN and each server locally will dynamically resolve it to its Private IP (the installer inserts an entry in the Windows host file).
     
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