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Bridgehead server down

Posted on 2009-05-20
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Hi all,

What happen If a bridge server goes down in a site .Whether repliaction will fail or ISTG will choose another server has a bridge server.
Above scenario is If bridgehead is manually configured' .

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If you have manually configured preferred bridgehead servers, then if a bridgehead goes down, you will have to nominate another one.

If you've not configured any manually the the ISTG will automatically nominate another server.

Unless there's a real need to nominate preferred bridgeheads, I would leave the ISTG to do this for you.
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