Sorry, but in the documentation there is the proxy appliance in the Virtual Lab, too:https://helpcenter.veeam.com/docs/backu ... tml?ver=95
> To enable communication between the production environment and isolated networks in the virtual lab, Veeam Backup & Replication uses a proxy appliance.
> The proxy appliance is an auxiliary Linux-based VM that is deployed on the ESX(i) host where the virtual lab is created.
> The proxy appliance VM is assigned an IP address from the production network and placed to the dedicated virtual lab folder and resource pool on the ESX(i) host.
> The proxy appliance is connected to the production network and to the isolated network and so has visibility of the production environment and virtual lab.
> In essence, the proxy appliance acts as a gateway between the two networks — it routes requests from the production environment to VMs in the virtual lab.
VMware hosts of the 2 sites are part of the same vCenter Datacenter, and Veeam is replicating VM from one site to the other.
Please let me know where I'm wrong