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Airwaves redundancy

Hi,

  I have a customer with 3 Airwave servers with 3900 devices in each one and 1 failover server. Now, how many a single failover AMP server  supports? Keep in mind I am maxing out all my servers in terms of device count. Can I do 1-to-1 failover servers? Thanks in advance. 


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Re: Airwaves redundancy

Airwave failover can monitor all the three primary at the same time, however will be able to take over only one of the primary when it goes down. Also, once failover takes up a primary we have to manually restore the failover backup on failover server to get it back to failover state latter when actual primary is up.

 

 

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Vishnu
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Re: Airwaves redundancy

Airwave failover can monitor all the three primary at the same time, however will be able to take over only one of the primary when it goes down. Also, once failover takes up a primary we have to manually restore the failover backup on failover server to get it back to failover state latter when actual primary is up.

 

 

Regards,
Vishnu
If my post helped you, don't forget to give kudos ;)

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Re: Airwaves redundancy

Well said, thanks for the help. 

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