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    Adding a Juniper Networks Database to an Established Community (C-Web Interface)

    When you add a Juniper Networks database to an existing community, make sure that you configure the primary neighbor relationships from the existing primary databases before you enable the new database.

    Caution: If you assign a primary role to a database new to an existing community before you configure the neighbor relationships from existing community databases that have a primary role, you can lose data on neighbor databases that already have a primary role.

    To add a Juniper Networks database to an existing community:

    1. On existing databases that have a primary role, configure neighbor relationships for the new database.

      For example, configure the new server C-new as a primary neighbors on each of the existing servers C1 and C2:

      1. Click Configure, expand System LDAP>Server, and then click Community.

        The Community pane appears.

      2. In the Primary Neighbors box, add the new server C-new, click Apply.
      3. In the side pane, click Commit.
    2. On the new database, enable the primary role and configure primary neighbors.

      For example, to enable the database in primary role and configure C1 and C2 as primary neighbors:

      1. Click Configure, expand System LDAP>Server, and then click Community.

        The Community pane appears.

      2. If the configuration is not visible, click Create.
      3. In the Role box, select Primary.
      4. In the Primary Neighbors box, add the C1 and C2 servers, and click Apply.
      5. In the side pane, click Commit.

    Published: 2014-06-12