[SR-Users] Kamailio Redundancy Models
gr.sabery at gmail.com
Tue Dec 8 18:08:23 CET 2015
I created a repository that consists of a set of Ansible playbooks that can
automatically deploy an Active-Passive Kamailio cluster with a cluster of
RTPProxy servers. These playbooks may help you in automatic deployment of
your system. They are also a good starting point for seeing how can you
create a simple two node redundancy. I also created an Ansible role for
deploying Kamailio. You can find them here:
On Tue, Dec 8, 2015 at 8:11 PM, Frank Costeira <486busy at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm new to Kamailio and I'm trying to understand the architectural options
> and levels of redundancy that can be attained with Kamailio.
> In my particular scenario I would be using Kamailio as proxy server (no
> user registrations) to handle global prefix routing between 3 major
> regions; Americas, EMEA, and Aisa-Pacific. The idea would be to create a
> pool of Kamailio servers in each region. The pool would consist of two HA
> pairs. The HA pairs would be placed in two separate datacenter, and
> sessions would be distributed between the datacenter. In the event the
> Kamailio server failed it would have a local backup in the datacneter. In
> the event a datacenter failed, there would be an alternate datacenter
> available in the region.
> Can the LCR feature/module share a database, so that each kamailio server
> in the region have the same call routing information?
> Is there a feature or a way to automate the configuration of several
> Kamailio servers, when you want them to have the same routing
> logic/configuration. Is there a module, feature or API that would allow
> Kamailio to fetch a config, or possibly push the config via an API when the
> application is initialized.
> What is the best method for establishing a 1:1 back up with Kamailio? If
> we use TCP and route-via headers, the SIP session would be pinned through
> the active proxy server. Is there away to provide stateful failover so that
> the session state is maintained between primary and the backup server?
> Any pointers or recommendations would be highly appreciated.
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