Difference between Routing Group Master and Bridgehead server
Posted on 2008-11-17
I was hoping someone could clear up some confusion regarding routing group terms.
So far, I have been thinking a routing group master (RGM) holds the LINK STATE data for all the servers in the routing group and replicates with other RGM's.
A Bridghead server (BH) is responsible for sending the mail across RG's to other BH servers.
Am I correct?
In ESM, I can see which is an RGM by looking at all the servers in a routing group - the RGM is identified, but how can I find out what server is a BH server?
Hope someone can help..