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Exchange Server 2007 routing with multiple Hub/Edge Transports in a site

Posted on 2008-06-11
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Hi all and thanks in advance,

I have two hub servers and two edge servers defined in the same site but geographically dispersed.  I would like to force each hub to use the edge server in the same location.  There's a setting to force mailbox servers to use specific hub servers but is there a setting to force hub servers to use specific edge servers?

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by:mohdabsar
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yep..

configure edgesync between respective site HUB and Edge server so they are engaged with Edge of that location
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by:Chach_Rock
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Thanks but I don't think that forces the restriction I'm looking for.  I subscribed the edge server to only that hub server already but the hub server uses cost based routing to decide which send connector to use for Internet mail delivery.  If I make the cost equal, it will use both.  I want it them to use only one edge, period.
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by:mohdabsar
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i am not sure ..however check the following article can help

http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2006/09/14/428920.aspx
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by:Chach_Rock
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Already to a look at that article but it didn't help as all this is being done within one site.
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Decided to go in another direction as there wasn't a workable solution.
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