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Best Approach Guidance

Post by Huw » Jun 08, 2018 10:17 am

I am wondering what the best approach is for this scenario

I have a Veeam VM backing up my corporate network hyper-v VM's sitting on the corporate VLan

I have a segregated network running Hyper-v on a different domain (DeltaV)

I am joining these networks by a partial collapsed DMZ, the VM's for this will physical sit on the corporate Hyper-v hosts. Logical sandwiched between two firewalls on there own Vlan.

I need Veeam to backup the VM's on the hosts on the DeltaV network. The firewall this side will have an interface to the physical host network to enable this.

I am wondering what the best option is to do this in the best way. I can not put a VM in the DeltaV Hyper-V environment as this would void the support.

Needs to be as secure as possible so minimal firewall rule set

Just wondering what options there are for this scenario ?

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Re: Best Approach Guidance

Post by Vitaliy S. » Jun 08, 2018 10:55 am

Hello,

To make it work, you need to have a connection between Veeam backup server (I assume you're using on-host proxy, right?) and the Hyper-V server. Additionally, if you're planning to use Application-Aware Image processing and other guest OS reflated options, then you need to provide access from Veeam backup server or Guest Interaction proxy to the production VMs network.

Let me know if that helps!

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