Sharing security (hacker) information outside cluster

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Sharing security (hacker) information outside cluster

Post by CRM User » Sun Jun 02, 2019 7:33 pm

We are using SecAst to keep our tertiary Asterisk server up to date (in case both primary and secondary cluster nodes fail). Can PBXSync keep the tertiary node's security information up to date as well?

We figured out how to get the latest MySQL and config files from the active cluster node to the tertiary server, but we're not sure about SecAst state.
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Re: Sharing security (hacker) information outside cluster

Post by Telium Support » Sun Jun 02, 2019 7:35 pm

Yes you can! Like your other syncjobs, setup a new syncjob which requires the remotestate be 'asterisk running', localstate as 'asterisk stopped'. Then set the syncjob to sync a single file:

/tmp/secast.state

Your tertiary PBX will always pull the latest security data from the active PBX. And if the tertiary promotes, there is no risk overwriting the local security data because of the localstate requirement.
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