In a central Media server deployment scenario with several Media servers, calls are routed based on destinations. The Media servers work as redundancy or for load distribution in all routing areas.
Figure 1. Configuration Representation of a Central Deployment Scenario with Two Media Servers
The depicted example shows the following structure:
Two Media servers are configured as redundancy to each other or working in the load balancing.
One dropping consists of up to three consecutive treatments.
Each treatment is assigned to a target.
Two routes are connected to the destination – one per Media server.
The configuration of a central Media server deployment scenario with several Media servers is divided into the following steps:
Step 1: How to add Media serversParent topic: Media Server Deployment Scenarios at Telephony Control Server
Step 2: How to configure circuits
Step 3: How to add a destination
Step 4: How to configure the redundancy / load balancing
Step 5: How to activate the audit
Step 6: How to assign treatments to the destination
Step 1: How to Add Media Servers (central deployment, multiple Media Servers)
Step 2: How to Configure Circuits (central deployment, multiple Media Servers)
You need to configure the circuits to be used by the Media servers. The traffic types, for which the relevant Media servers are to be used, determine, which circuits need to be configured.
Step 3: How to Add a Destination
You need to add a destination. In this destination you need to create a route for each announcement circuit of the different Media servers.
Step 4: How to Configure the Redundancy /Load Balancing
You need to configure whether the different Media servers are to work as reciprocal redundancy or in load balancing.
Step 5: How to Activate the Audit
Step 6: How to Assign Treatments to the Destination
You need to assign the preinstalled treatments of Telephony Control Server to the new destination. An appropriate script is available for this purpose.