SIP Options Failover

Monitor SIP Options (VOIP) and Failover Automatically

Monitor VOIP services & Failover Automatically to deliver a higher quality service with less downtime

DNS VOIP Failover

When you absolutely, positively have to be up and running our DNS Failover can add yet another level of redundancy.  Tightly integrated into our netmon server monitoring, our DNS failover automatically updates your DNS upon a failure detection

  • Highly adjustable DNS Failover offers Failover and Failback options
  • VOIP Failover tests UDP port 5060 and uses the SIP Options protocol
  • Failover in a little as 10 seconds for mission critical apps/servers
  • Low TTL DNS Cache means instant DNS Propagation and Failover
  • 19+ Methods of detection include HTTP/S, SIP Options, PING & more
  • Failover CNAMES, A-Records & add/remove servers from LB pools

CloudfloorDNS Failover

Did you know you don’t have to move your DNS to us to use Failover?  Ask us about CNAME Failover – it’s low cost and very easy to setup!

DNS Failover

Netmon Server Monitoring

Netmon Server monitoring allows you to monitoring you server at certain intervals to notify you and invoke failover based on your rules. Test your servers using almost any protocol including HTTP/S, POP3, IMAP, SSH, PING, VOIP and many others

  • Adjustable monitoring interval from every 10 seconds to every hour
  • 19+ different methods/protocols to test your servers/apps
  • Load Balance & Failover server pools based on latency or downtime
  • Setup multiple notification and failover rules
  • Detailed Stats and Monitoring logs

Fastest, Closest server

Delivery higher VOIP call quality and reliability by combining our GEO DNS Director and VOIP Options Failover.   GEO DNS Director automatically detects your end-user location and quickly routes them to the fastest, closest server. Use with Cisco Call Manager, any VOIP or SIP voice or conference platform and other IP-based teleconferencing systems.  Get even more control with Geo-targeting for direct specific regions or individual countries and quickly send them to regional servers or load balancing pools.  VOIP Failover tests your SIP protocol on each server and will pull them out of load balancing pools automatically and add them back in when they come back up

  • The ultimate in traffic control for your VOIP, UC & UCSaaS
  • GEO SRV DNS Records offer smart DNS routing
  • Tests SIP Options protocol for availability or latency
  • Geo-Locate, Load Balance & Failover server pools
  • Works with CNAMES & compatible with all UCSaaS & Cloud Providers

global load balance call manager

Load Balancing & Failover

Load Balancing & Failover

Combining our DNS Load Balancing along with DNS Failover provides you the latest in internet traffic control.   Highly scalable and reliable this combination of services allow you to load balance traffic among server pools while constantly monitoring your individual servers for latency or downtime. When a server falls below your custom set latency threshold, it’s removed from the server pool automatically and re-added when it comes back up!

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VOIP Failover – Partner Spotlight

“The VOIP Options failover by Cloudfloor offers us a quick and effective way of monitoring our VOIP Services and failing over based on a set latency threshold or on server failure.  Not only are we notified almost instantly, but the DNS Failover pulls the offending server out of the load balancing pool and adds it back in automatically when it comes back up.  This low cost and effective service helps us provide a higher quality of service to our clients”

Sebastien –  VOIP INNOVATIONS

VOIP Innovations

VOIP Innovations is a wholesale VOIP carrier that has selected CloudfloorDNS VOIP Options Failover to add a higher level of reliability and call quality to their services.  By actively monitoring their VOIP server platform using VOIP Options monitoring on port 5060, VOIP Innovations operations can quickly be notified of downtime and/or latency on any one of their individual servers and instantly failover to a backup.  Failover can also be initiated manually for any maintenance windows and will automatically failback when individual servers come back up or if performance increases to a custom threshold