if we have to do any more fulls over the WAN, I'm just going to ship them an external HD and have them connect it to their server, then ship it back when the job finishes
Vitaliy S. wrote:Given your usage scenario, have you considered sending backup files to local Veeam repository and then use backup copy jobs and WAN accelerators to send this data to HQ? In this case when the connection to the main repository (HQ site) fails, your job will be resumed due to WAN accelerator usage. Let me know if you need any other clarification.
For Endpoint backups such approach is valid for local and network targets while backup to the VBR repository creates a new full anyway.
eduesterhaus wrote:Do I need to have a local backup proxy as well, or does VEB write directly to the repository?
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