High Availability Overview

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This article describes the TelcoBridges Tdev High Availability feature. The hardware and software are both designed with the following 2 goals in mind:

  1. First and foremost, to recover from a system failure and minimize the system downtime or instability. This is achieved with a fault tolerant and redundancy architecture.
  2. Secondly, to keep active calls open after a fail-over, whenever possible.


Important:Tmedia high availability features are described here

To learn more about high availability and redundancy, see TelcoBridges website.


Contents

TelcoBridges High Availability

TelcoBridges High Availability should be seen as a collection of high availability and redundancy features instead of one single feature. This means that customers can do as little or as much as they require to create a high availability system.


Definitions

The following list of terms are commonly used in the description of high availability features:


High Availability Features

Hardware High Availability Features


TelcoBridges Hardware HA Product Checklist

This checklist provides a quick overview of each Tdev model and their high availability support.

Products Hardware High Availability Features
Dual Power Supply Control Network Redundancy Dual Voip Network Host Redundancy
TMP800 NoN NoN NoN YesY
TMP5900 YesY YesY YesY NoN
TMP6400 YesY (with 2 U) YesY YesY YesY
TMP7900 YesY YesY YesY YesY

Software Features

Installation, Maintenance and Provisioning

This section demonstrates how to install, upgrade, and configure a high availability system.

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