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Configuration Options

This section describes configuration options that are used in the deployment of SIP Business Continuity. All options are in the TServer section, and unless otherwise specified, are set at the Application level.

dr-forward

Default Value: off
Valid Values:

  • off -- DR peer forwarding is turned off. SIP Server works in the traditional single mode and always tries to deliver the call to the requested destination on the local switch.
  • no-agent -- SIP Server tries to determine if the call should be forwarded to its DR peer when there is no agent logged into the DN.
    Note: Use this setting for only ALU 4000-series IP Phones. Contact Genesys Technical Support if you want to utilize it for other SIP endpoints.
  • oos -- SIP Server forwards the call to the second SIP Server peer if an endpoint is in an Out-Of-Service (OOS) state.

Changes Take Effect: Immediately

Defines a system-wide mode of forwarding inbound and internal calls when SIP Server is operating in Business Continuity mode. This option can also be set at the DN level, in which case the setting overrides that set at the Application level.

dr-peer-trunk

Default Value: NULL
Valid Values: A valid name of a Trunk DN that points to the DR peer site.
Changes Take Effect: Immediately

Specifies that this SIP Server is a part of a DR pair, and identifies the Trunk DN that points to the other SIP Server in the DR pair. If set to NULL (the default), SIP Server operates in the traditional single mode.

shutdown-sip-reject-code

Default Value: 603
Valid Values: 300603
Changes Take Effect: Immediately

Specifies the error response used for rejecting new INVITE messages received by the system that is in shutdown mode. If set to 300, 301, or 302, SIP Server first checks to see if dr-peer-trunk is configured, and if so, sends the contact of that Trunk DN in the 302 response.

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