OXE CPU switch-over

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OXE CPU switch-over

Post by gilcsr » 11 Jul 2018 11:00

Hello
just a question...
is it normal that during a cpu switch-over (bascul main xa to xb) all the DECT communications are lost ?
only the IP or Analogic communications are maintained
the redundancy is ok
sorry for my english...
thanks for your answers

oxe R10.1.1-j2.603-29-b-fr-c0

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Re: OXE CPU switch-over

Post by mustafa.ahmad » 16 Jul 2018 08:49

No, it is not normal, all the communications must be as they are, only the calls that are being placed or in routing mode get disconnected. Calls already established must remain as in their state before bascul.

Maybe there is bug in the patch.

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Re: OXE CPU switch-over

Post by vad » 16 Jul 2018 23:19

I think - your DECT sinchronized from CPU. And in this case during switch-over - DECT network reinitalized and all communication lost (the same problem can be with ABC-F calls)

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Re: OXE CPU switch-over

Post by gilcsr » 25 Jul 2018 04:39

hi
thanks for your answers :)
so, my ibs or DECT can be synchronized whith only one CPU and that's why it can't be in redondancy ?
nothing to do?

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Re: OXE CPU switch-over

Post by Eliott » 16 Oct 2018 12:15

You need two DECT8_SYNC boards to have a seamless clock.

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Re: OXE CPU switch-over

Post by Eliott » 16 Oct 2018 12:16

What are the components?
Can you post a config all and infocs?

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