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Setting Hot Standby Configuration Values on VP2

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Perform the steps from the following sections to set Hot Standby configuration values on VP2.

 

To set the Hot Standby configuration values on VP2:

  1. Setting Hot Standby Configuration Values on VP1

  2. Rebooting to Apply the New Hot Standby Configuration Values on VP1

    After rebooting VP2, the machine will be in Standby mode.

  3. Do the following:
    For more information, see Forcing the Active VidyoPortal into Standby Mode from the Super Admin Portal or Forcing a Hot Standby from the System Console on Your Active VidyoPortal.

    If you put your Standby VidyoPortal in to Maintenance mode, the Settings > Hot Standby screens do not display when accessed via the Internet Explorer Web browser.



  4. Verify your VP1 functionality.

    For more information, see Verifying VP1 Functionality.

    Verify your VP2 functionality by performing a controlled test where you force a Hot Standby, make your VP2 the Active VidyoPortal, and place a test call. You can force a Hot Standby from the Super Admin portal using Forcing the Active VidyoPortal into Standby Mode from the Super Admin Portal or from the System Console using Forcing a Hot Standby from the System Console on Your Active VidyoPortal.

    For more information, see Preparing Specific IP and FQDN Values for Your VP1, VP2, and Cluster.

    Proceed only after you’ve configured both VP1 and VP2 and rebooted both machines. One machine has an Active status while the other has a Standby status.

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