Hello,
I have eDirectory driver in my environment which connects to another
eDirectory environment. On both side of environment, there are 2 server
added to driver set for high availability of drivers. Driver
configuration has been copied on both the server in each side. I had ran
NDS-to-NDS wizard and have certificate value for both the server
respectively under "Authentication ID" field in "Driver Configuration"
tab.

In a situation when 1st server gets issue, I move the driver to 2nd
server.
But then I manually have to modify the "Authentication Context" value on
2nd driver to inform that 1st driver is now running in different
server.

Just to elaborate this with example. I have environment A and B and have
eDirectory driver "eDir1" and "eDir2" respectively.
For "eDir1", "serverW" and "serverX" are added in Driver set and both
server have all configuration detail for the Driver set and driver.
Similarly, for "eDir2", "serverY" and "serverZ" are added in Driver set
and both server have all configuration detail for the Driver set and
driver.

Currently "edir1" is running on "serverW" and "eDir2" is running on
"serverY".
Now "serverW" get issue and I move the "eDir1" to "serverX".
But then I have to go to "eDir2" and modify the "Authentication Context"
value there and put the IP or name of "serverX" along with port.

Is there a way to skip this manual change in Driver configuration for
"Authentication Context"?
Can we give both servers IP on both the side of driver along with port
and communication goes on, doesn't matter which sevrer driver is running
in?
So in a server crash situation, I just have to move the driver to second
server and don't have to make any change in other side of driver.

Kindly help me with your valuable suggestion.
Regards,
Kunal Jaiswal


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