frankabhinav Super Contributor.
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User unable to authenticate when primary eDir server is down

Hi There,

We have setup an DR(Disaster Recovery) for our eDirectory/LDAP means installed another eDirectory in clustered format.

Now we have modified Secure Login LDAP servers with both the IP address but when we are shutting down the Primary node eDirectory it is unable to to authenticate from secondary node.

Note: Both the eDirectory has been tested with the help of USER APPLICATION(IDM)

Please guys help me out 😞
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