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Sometimes I need to run a backup jub during the day which slows down the network.
Can anyone advise the easiest way of segregating the Veeam traffic out?
I thought about putting our QNAP NAS on a dedicated switch (or Vlan), put 2 nics on the Veeam servers with one dedicated for Veeam traffic on the same switch or Vlan.
Has anyone done this and if so advise how thet managed to route the Veeam traffic to a particular NIC card?
Any other advise would be appreciated.
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If it's direct SAN access so the bottleneck is likely in the storage servicing the requests, than the network.
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Hope this helps!
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