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Cisco TMS and CMS Cluster

Hi Team,

 

When using TMS 15.6.0 with a cluster of CMS 2.2.9, should we have to add only one CMS to the TMS or both?

When adding CMS, as any bridge it asks to configure numeric id for scheduled conference. If I do so for the first CMS, it automatically replicate the configuration (dormant spaces) to the other one, thanks to the database replication.

But still on the TMS, it looks like the second one asks for numeric id configuration as well, which makes no sense as there are a replication, which is confusing.

Thanks!

 

Gabriel

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Re: Cisco TMS and CMS Cluster

TMS only supports adding a single CMS node, which is seen as the master, you can then specify an alternate IP of another node within the cluster for failover under Settings > Edit Settings > Network Settings > Alternate IP.
Spaces will be configured via the master CMS that was added into TMS, and then replicated throughout the cluster via the database.
TMS will give you an error and not allow you to add two CMS nodes of the same cluster.

The x.x.x.x is part of a clustered call bridge and has already been added in TMS through x.x.x.x. Retry after entering a new IP.

 

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Re: Cisco TMS and CMS Cluster

TMS only supports adding a single CMS node, which is seen as the master, you can then specify an alternate IP of another node within the cluster for failover under Settings > Edit Settings > Network Settings > Alternate IP.
Spaces will be configured via the master CMS that was added into TMS, and then replicated throughout the cluster via the database.
TMS will give you an error and not allow you to add two CMS nodes of the same cluster.

The x.x.x.x is part of a clustered call bridge and has already been added in TMS through x.x.x.x. Retry after entering a new IP.

 

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Re: Cisco TMS and CMS Cluster

Thanks Patrick !
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