[Freeswitch-users] HA Cluster build

Giovanni Maruzzelli gmaruzz at gmail.com
Tue Feb 18 05:40:50 UTC 2020

No, there is no way but moving a floating ip adress (you can use some black
magic bgp-fu, but is probably outside your reach).

Also, your topology (two FS in HA) is the most difficult and less efficient.

You want to use a couple proxy (opensips, kamailio) in HA, that distribute
calls to N freeswitches. This way you achieve robust HA, load balancing,
and all FS machines (heavy duty) are active, while only one proxy machine
(very light) is passive.

On Mon, Feb 17, 2020, 21:38 Joli Martinez <mrjoli021 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello,
> We currently have two Freeswitch servers sharing a MariaDB.
> The plan is to have both server be an HA pair, so if we lose one server
> the other take over the active calls without dropping them.
> I have read online several ways of doing this, but most of them include
> using a floating IP.  The problem with that is we would need to change our
> IP's and at this point we dont have that option.
> Is there a different approach to doing this?  And if so could you send me
> an article or point me in the right direction?
> thanks,
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