We have a go live in 2 weeks and production is setup, but i'm currently experiencing a major SHOWSTOPPER. We have the setup like in the image below. A loadbalancer and 2 webservers (with CMS available on both servers). So we dont have a seperate publishing server or something. Just simple as this.
Now we have reliability issues with UDP multicast on the production network. (dont ask), so we need to go with the TCP option.
I've read the documentation: http://world.episerver.com/documentation/Items/Developers-Guide/EPiServer-CMS/8/Event-management/WCF-event-management/ but it is very brief.
Server 1 ip: 172.16.2.162
Server 2 ip: 172.16.2.163
I have enabled the TCP port sharing Service on both machines.
My web.config file looks like this now. I've tried several other variations like having both servers as Services, but then i get errors etc. But if i publish something on one server it doesnt reflect on the other.
Can someone please give me a good config for my setup for episerver 8?
A bit late sadly but have a look at this website:
This one might also help a bit:http://blog.nansen.com/2013/04/how-to-configure-episerver-load.html
Another scenario if i does not work is that you have a firewall blocking trafic so that you are not able to listen.