I am currently working on automated disaster recovery testing with SureBackup.
All the tests work as expected, I can check if services are running and if ports are listening.
So far so good.
The problem I am facing now is multiple networks.
We have three HyperV hosts with a single virtual network. On this virtual network all my networks are available, tagged with a VLAN
Servers: 10.0.10.0/24 (VLAN 10)
Workstations: 10.0.100.0/24 (VLAN 100)
Equipment: 10.0.40.0/24 (VLAN 40)
For convinience the third octet is the same as the VLAN ID.
If I do a surebackup and test the servers that are in the same VLAN as my Veeam B&R server, the tests work as expected.
However, when a machine is powered up in a different VLAN, the machine is not accessible.
I have tried two approaches.Approach 1Basic Single-host networking
This works perfect for my servers.
The Veeam server is on the same VLAN as my other servers.Ping tests, scripts, all work fine.
Machines on other networks are not accessible for automated tested.
I guess this is expected as this method is not suitable for multiple subnets.Approach 2Advanced Single-host
Occording to this article : https://helpcenter.veeam.com/backup/hyp ... .html#vlan
I should be able to map multiple VLANS
When trying to map multiple Production networks with VLAN ID's to Isolated Networks with VLAN ID's the VLAN ID's are changed.
The value was changed from 50 to 100 after adding the second line.
Anyone knows what am I doing wrong here? Why is the VLAN ID on the Isolated network changed?