By default, each mediation server has a single mask established during installation. Each mediation server in a cluster or HA Pair should yield the same network address when the default mask is applied to the mediation server’s IP address. The following is an example of a default mask setting on a mediation server:
In addition to the default mask, you can define additional routing configurations as application server properties. Each application server in a cluster should have the same settings. You can add more IP Addresses and/or masks to the default configuration made locally on the mediation server for each mediation server partition. The property name is com.dorado.mediation.routing with a mediation partition name appended. The following is an example of routing requests for any device IP address starting with 10.10 to a mediation server named foo-medPartition:
The word “Partition” is appended to the partition name. For example com.dorado.mediation.routing.rcellmedPartition=172.16.0.0;255.255.0.0
The syntax for routing configuration values is as follows:
Basically, you can add more IP and mask pairs as comma delimited values. If the mask is omitted, then it is assumed to be 255.255.255.255. If the IP address is omitted, then the address is assumed to be the mediation server's IP address. If an IP address or mask is not valid, a one-time warning appears in the application server log when the properties are loaded. If one of several values for a single property is not valid, the other setting will still be applied.
The application server itself performs mediation when no agents are available. This is required unless the deployment includes at least one mediation server. All application servers in a cluster should have the same configuration. To disable mediation services for an application server, add the following property on the application server (preferably in installed.properties):