[SIPForum-discussion] how user agent knows that standby server is now active?

Nitin Kapoor nitinkapoorr at gmail.com
Fri Jan 15 19:53:30 UTC 2010

Hello Snehal,

I am working on NEXTONE SBC support and what i have noticed in this product
that whenever switchover occurs, the standby node becomes active, with
responsibility for the same realm addresses seamlessly migrated to it. Call
setup and teardown to registered endpoints is not lost since the realms’
signaling and media addresses remain available.

Endpoint registration data is also actively replicated from the active node
to the standby. By continually replicating registration data, iServer
protects the application server in your network from receiving a flood of
registration data in the event of a switchover.

Nitin Kapoor

2010/1/12 Snehalgk <snehals13 at gmail.com>

> Hi all,
> If active softswitch server fails & standby server will take all
> functions of active server then how user agent knows that standby
> server is now active?
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