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Administering Sametime Unified Telephony
Administering Sametime Unified Telephony 8.5.2 Interim Feature Release 1 documentation
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Cluster Redundancy and Survivability
November 30, 2011
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Survivability is the capability of a network to maintain service continuity in the presence of faults within the network. In the Lotus Sametime Unified Telephony environment, survivability mechanisms such as protection and restoration have been implemented either on a per-link basis, on a per-path basis, or throughout an entire network to alleviate service disruption. This environment also provides managed redundant IP Voice systems that take advantage of IP's inherent survivability/rerouting capabilities. Plus, the VoIP's ability to make call routing decisions contingent on the IP network's status, makes for a robust and survivable voice communications system.
Reliability is the primary goal of Lotus Sametime Unified Telephony, and clustering is necessary to provide this reliability. A reliable component structure provides an effective base for cluster administration.
Managing Sametime Unified Telephony components
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