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VOIP, and Clustering solutions

 
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Maaz
Valued Contributor

VOIP, and Clustering solutions

Dear All,

I have to configure the
1, VOIP (using Asterisk, and SIP as a Protocol).
2a, Clustering (IP load balancing for apache)
2b, Clustering (High Availability/failover for file server, but no shared-storage hardware)
using any good/reliable opensource software.

PLease recommend me the best software/solutions, tips/tutorilas and Guide to configure the VOIP, and Clustering.

Regards
Maaz
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Maaz
Valued Contributor

Re: VOIP, and Clustering solutions

for VOIP, plz recommend me the hardware/cards that is best compatible with linux(suse/redhat)

Sergejs Svitnevs
Honored Contributor

Re: VOIP, and Clustering solutions

Hi

My knowledge of Asterisk is not very strong but, probably, you could check the HW compatibility list and found the most suitable card:

http://www.voip-info.org/wiki/view/Asterisk+hardware

BR
Sergejs
Steven E. Protter
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Re: VOIP, and Clustering solutions

Shalom Maaz,

It would help to know what you are trying to accomplish.

I have no clue in 1.

2a. Best solution is probably LVS or piranha. If you are careful you can use a round robin DNS to provide load balancing with less hassle.

2b. Serviceguard from HP or Red Hat Cluster Suite. Both are well proven. I'm not a fan of RH quality control but use RHCS all over the place.

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alang
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Solution

Re: VOIP, and Clustering solutions

1. Trixbox, Adminsparadise
2a. LVS+mon
2b. Heartbeat+Rsync(or GFS filesystem)

You can find some information from http://itblog.blogdns.net/