Periquillo wrote:will that option make it harder to set up and manage VBR?
Periquillo wrote:Should I access the Synology NAS vía SMB, or vía iSCSI?
Periquillo wrote:would I need to connect that VM to VLAN-1 and VLAN-2 in order to "reach" the VMs to be backed up?
DGrinev wrote:Hi and welcome to the community!
You can install backup server in the VM, however, the most part of the components for the processing will be deployed directly to the source host (on-host backup). There is a way to offload the host by deploying off-host backup proxy to separate physical machine with Hyper-V role enabled.
DGrinev wrote:(quote="Periquillo")would I need to connect that VM to VLAN-1 and VLAN-2 in order to "reach" the VMs to be backed up?(/quote)
Yes, network connection is required for the backup server if you want to use AAIP. Thanks!
Periquillo wrote:So, if I don't need AAIP -- if I install VBR on a VM, could I avoid having to conect the VBR VM to VLAN-1 and VLAN-2?
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