Remote Bridge Limitation

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santhosh
santhosh Member Posts: 1

Hi Everyone,

Is there any limitation to add the remote bridges to the uni-directional bridges.

I can able to add only 4 remote bridges after that getting the error "Quota Exhausted".

Thanks in advance !!

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  • uherbst
    uherbst Member, Employee Posts: 123 Solace Employee
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    Hi @santosh ,

    Maybe we have a misunderstanding.

    A bridge is a point-to-point-connection between (exactly) 2 brokers.

    A uni-directional bridge is a (obvious) one-way connection.

    The remote bridge describes the way back to the origin.


    Why can you add 4 remote bridges ?

    Because:

    2 remote bridges for both messaging nodes of an HA pair.

    2 additional remote bridges for both messaging nodes of an (possible) DR service.


    You see: HA-nodes and DR nodes count as "same broker service".


    If you want to add more point-to-point-connections, you need to add more bridges.

    The limit for the number of (static) bridges is currently 500.


    Feel free to ask, if that explanation was unclear.


    Thank you

    Uli

    P.S.: Are there any use-cases today, where someone still needs uni-directional bridges ?

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  • uherbst
    uherbst Member, Employee Posts: 123 Solace Employee
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    Hi @santosh ,

    Maybe we have a misunderstanding.

    A bridge is a point-to-point-connection between (exactly) 2 brokers.

    A uni-directional bridge is a (obvious) one-way connection.

    The remote bridge describes the way back to the origin.


    Why can you add 4 remote bridges ?

    Because:

    2 remote bridges for both messaging nodes of an HA pair.

    2 additional remote bridges for both messaging nodes of an (possible) DR service.


    You see: HA-nodes and DR nodes count as "same broker service".


    If you want to add more point-to-point-connections, you need to add more bridges.

    The limit for the number of (static) bridges is currently 500.


    Feel free to ask, if that explanation was unclear.


    Thank you

    Uli

    P.S.: Are there any use-cases today, where someone still needs uni-directional bridges ?