Has anyone setup Digital Networking on Unity Connection Clusters without using Smart host?
I understand that for Digital Networking on Unity Connection Clusters, we need to setup a Smart host so that Networking traffic can reach the Subscriber in the event that the Publisher is down.
However, I would like to know if we can still setup Digital Networking as if the Unity Connection is not clustered. Of couse, this is with the understanding that if the Publisher is down, other Unity Connection cluster will not be able to reach this Unity Connection cluster where the Publisher is down. But technically, I just want to know if this can be done. From my understanding, when we setup Digit Networking, we are only joining the Publisher on the cluster and having the Smart host is just to resolve the connection to the Subscriber when the Publisher is down.
Setting up the Smart host is only a must if you want to take advantage of server redundancy in the Unity Connection cluster.You can set up the digital networking without defining the smarthost and it works absolutely fine.
My lab setup has Digital Networking configured between a standalone Unity Connection server and the Publisher from a seperate Unity Connection cluster.I have not defined the smart host in any of the servers and it works fine.
on January 25th and 26th, we're hosting a Technical Enablement Workshop which will guide you through the steps involved in updating your organisation from Jabber and/or Meetings to Webex App.
Very useful for partners and for customers t...
hi Team, we are planning to deploy Multi-Factor Authentication for Jabber. The main requirement is to use MFA over internet (MRA).Is it possible to deploy MFA just for MRA and don't touch impact any on-prem existing setup?Can someone please guide on ...
Looking to expand your professional network? Interested in gaining an edge with exclusive technology insights? Engage with Cisco experts, share feedback on products and connect with peers from across the globe. Cisco Champion 2021 applications are open fo...
UCCX does not natively protect HTTP Triggers.
I wanted to come up with a solution to handle HTTP cookie based authentication.
There is a zip file for this project attached to this article. It was written on UCCX 12.5...