I guess this could go in either the FPMI or FSQL section. I have two servers I am using to setup a Clustering + Redundancy configuration in FPMI and FSQL. My configuration is as follows:
Server 1: Wired directly to the internet.
Server 2: Connected to the internet through a router with appropriate ports forwarded.
While on the phone with IA tech support the other afternoon, we noticed that in the cluster log Server 1 was trying to connect to the INTERNAL IP of Server 2, when in fact the external IP was defined in the cluster config.
In the fsql_responsibility table I noticed that once again the internal IP is listed for the address of one of the nodes and the status is Warm.
I am only using Server 2 for testing purposes before I configure Server 1 to talk to another server, lets call it Server 3 (which is running live projects), which is directly connected to the internet like Server 1.
Is this a bug or is clustering/redundancy not meant for such a configuration (where a server has an internal and external IP).