Re: R-Series with NON-DIGIUM card on servers

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On 05/12/2012 12:07 PM, Danny Dias wrote:

What about the Database and recording calls replication? as i could see,
the RSeries does not take into account these data.

The Digium R-series devices are electronic switches used for routing telephony circuits; they don't have any part in the actual failover process, data replication, or anything of the sort. All of those functions need to be handled via software on the server(s) involved. The R-series user's manual describes one way this can be done using Asterisk and open source tools commonly available on Linux distributions.

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