I found: Flip1405 - The Failover Asterisk Solution

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Flip1405 - The Failover Asterisk Solution

http://www.thiscoolsite.com/?p=6

Its a script for make 2 server without heartbeat, look very good.

I will make a test and post the results very soon...
 

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Tom,

I am very interested in seeing what you find. Replication seems like it should be a basic part of PBX stuff, and yet it seems like it is less than an afterthought. Thanks for the link and pointer.

Thanks,

Greg Harris
 

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I have the problem with sending output to the log:

crontab-e
*/1 * * * * /usr/bin/flip1405.sh > /var/log/flip1405.log 2>&1

the flip1405.log is empty
 

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another problem is with Polycom phones - they don't register to virtual IP of Elastix
 

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You might want to consider a more solid drbd/pacemaker/corosync type solution.

It is probably because the script is not generating new arp tables in the device.
Something like:-

arping -c 3 -A <your_box>

should suffice
 

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Yes Sir,

That helped!!!

Thank You
 

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One more question regarding this solution. arping can only be used in local network with phones connected to that particular net? Right?

remote phones like over VPN in remote locations are not going to register? If they are simply rebooted then possible yes, am I right?

Thank You
 

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Will have to test this on a 2.0 sys.
 

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Which is the script.
 

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