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To replicate an Active Failover policy in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Traffic Management, you will need to note your current Dyn Active Failover configurations and then create a new Traffic Management Failover Policy.
We recommend that upon acquiring an Oracle Cloud Infrastructure account, you begin replicating the Dyn Active Failover service using the OCI traffic steering policies prior to removing the existing service from Managed DNS. However, in order to test the policy you must use a zone that does not exist in your Managed DNS account.
To create a new Traffic Management Failover Policy in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, see “To create a Failover policy” in Managing Traffic Management Steering Policies.
The following information is important to note:
Use the following table to identify equivalent information in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. Dyn Active Failover includes some fields that are not available in the Traffic Management Steering service.
|Dyn Active Failover Field|
|IP Address or FQDN||Answer Pool 1 – RDATA|
|Failover Address||Answer Pool 2 – RDATA|
|Headers||Header Name and Header Value|
|Active Failover – subdomain and zone||Attach Domains –
Subdomain and zone