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Old 05-03-2012   #1
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Default SE200 Configuring Redundancy

Hey guys,

I'm having a bit of trouble configuring the Redundant Failover on an SE200, and could use a bit of assistance.

I have two standalone SE200s configured on .44 and .45. All endpoints are currently registered to .44 as the main one (Gatekeeper). I want to set up .44 to fail over to .45 (Keymaster) in the event of something going wrong. Here's what I am doing:

1. Switching Server Roles to make .45 the primary.
2. Setting the Virtual IP to .44.
3. Switching server roles back so .44 is the primary.

When I force a failover, none of the endpoints register to the new one, and all prefix calls become disabled. What am I doing wrong?
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