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IP Address Takeover (Linux)

Complete the following procedures to configure the Virtual IP Address Takeover scripts for Genesys SIP Voicemail Server High-Availability (HA) on Linux operating systems.


IP Address Takeover (Linux) Task Summary

Objective Related procedures and actions
  1. Create a configuration file for the Virtual IP interface.
  1. On each of the SIP Server host computers, locate the following file:
    /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0
  2. Create a copy of this file, named:
    /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0:1
  3. Define IPADDR, NETMASK, and NETWORK parameter values for the Virtual IP interface. When you are finished, the content of the file should appear similar to the following example: DEVICE=eth0:1
    BOOTPROTO=static
    USERCTL=yes
    TYPE=Ethernet
    IPADDR=192.51.14.208
    NETMASK=255.255.255.0
    NETWORK=192.51.14.0
    BROADCAST=192.51.14.255
    ONPARENT=no
  1. Create the Virtual IP address control scipts.

Complete the following procedure:
Resultset next.png Creating Virtual IP control scripts (Linux)

  1. Create the Application control scipts.

Complete the following procedure:
Resultset next.png Creating Application control scripts (Linux)

  1. Create Genesys Applications for the control scripts.

Complete the following procedure:
Resultset next.png Creating Genesys Applications for the control scripts

  1. Create the Alarm Reaction scripts.

Complete the following procedure:
Resultset next.png Creating Alarm Reaction scripts

  1. Create the SCS Alarm Conditions.

Complete the following procedure:
Resultset next.png SCS Alarm Conditions

  1. Testing the SCS Alarm Conditions.

Complete the following procedure:
Resultset next.png Testing Alarm Conditions

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