vmniels wrote:It may be better to ask how they keep the connectivity now to each site. If they do a full failover this will be normally the same behaviour. You can ask them to utilize VPN software but this would mean you (in combination with the customer) would have to deploy VM's in the resource group (per site) which talk to eachother.
You can use VeeamPN for it however I would first look at the current networking state at the customer (site 1 to 4) before jumping on the VPN story.
dellock6 wrote:We did this exact design for one service provider that had to replicate 10 different remote locations of a customer. Let's start by ignoring partial failover, that's easy since the partially failed site will just connect back to its production site, and via existing networking solutions to the others.
The problem, as stated here, is full failover. In our specific case, we basically came to the conclusion that instead of managing 10 sites and their failovers, we would have been better to manage 20 sites, with 10 of them usually offline. There is obviously network overlap between any production site (and its networks and rules) and its failvoer sibling, I don't have the details of the specific appliance configuration that was used at this provider other than it was a Fortinet solution, but maybe this can give you an idea about how to attack the problem.
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