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From Bastian Preindl <bastian.prei...@joinvision.com>
Subject Broker Clustering
Date Tue, 02 Sep 2008 14:22:47 GMT

Hi,

I'd like to interconnect two servers with a broker on each server. Messages
sent to the first broker shall be replicated on (or forwarded to) the second
broker. The communication is one way only. If one of the both brokers fail
for some reason, the messages should be sent/received after the connection
is re-established. The consumers/producers should only need to connect to
the local broker. 
Future brokers should be able to be connected to the first broker.

For now I've created a topic with a durable subscriber and it works perfect
for one broker. But I'm pretty much overstrained by all the possibilities
given for the interconnection of multiple brokers. I've tried to
interconnect two brokers using a "networkConnector" (using tcp) but if a
topic is created on the first broker, and a consumer is subscribing on the
second broker, messages aren't delivered at all.

For my pretty simple scenario, what would be the best solution/method
(having extensibility in mind)? 

Thank you very much in advance

Bastian
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