|Post-Installation Configuration / Setting Up a Vocera Cluster|
You may want to disconnect a server from a cluster temporarily without permanently breaking up the cluster.
For example, you may want to access the Administration Console of a standby server that you do not have access to when it is part of a cluster, or perform some system maintenance.
Starting a cluster node as a standalone server temporarily removes it from the cluster and allows it to run as an independent Vocera Voice Server. When running standalone, a Vocera Voice Server is no longer part of a cluster and no longer communicates with it.
You can start either the active node or a standby node as a standalone Vocera Voice Server.