Standby SwyxServer „ÄČ Limitations in a standby scenario
 
Limitations in a standby scenario
In a standby scenario, i.e. an environment with two SwyxServer installations which are configured as master and standby server, restrictions arise for components such as or SwyxConnect.
SwyxFax
With the current version, SwyxFax is available in the SwyxStandby option pack. It is now possible to install a SwyxFax Server on the master system and the standby system, to replace the respective other one.
In addition, the installation of a separated SwyxFax Server is supported as before. In complex scenarios, the installation of a separated master SwyxFax Server and a separated standby SwyxFax Server is also possible from this version on.
SwyxConnect
SwyxConnect is not fully supported in a standby scenario. This means that if the active SwyxServer fails, the phones logged on to SwyxConnect (SwyxPhone) cannot register on the standby SwyxServer. However, SwyxConnect and the connected SIP or ISDN phones remain operational, if a local connection into the public network was configured as backup (local ISDN breakout).
SwyxDECT 800
The DECT-IP system is supported in a standby scenario. This means that if the active SwyxServer fails, the passive SwyxServer is activated and the DECT-IP system automatically registers on the now active SwyxServer.