There is an option of secondary target
for backup job, which can actually solve the OP`s and your issue. You can just point the source job to 2 backup copy jobs with different destinations.
Thanks I will give this a try. I think when you create a backup copy job, and specify the backup job as a source, it adds itself to the secondary target anyway?
Also, I don't have Enterprise Plus, so I can't use WAN accelerators. So I have some questions around throttling the network traffic that I hope you can assist me with:
Site A VBR and two Veeam proxyies are in 192.168.1.0 range. They each have a 2nd NIC to the 10.0.0.0 range for backup traffic to the NAS repository which is also in this same range. Site B has two proxies in the 192.168.2.0 range. They each have a 2nd NIC to the 10.0.1.0 range for backup traffic to the NAS repository which is also in this same range. The backup ranges (10.0.0.0 and 10.0.1.0) are not routable so the devices cannot communicate with each other between site A and site B, they have to communicate via the local Veeam Proxies at each site.
What is the correct way of doing this? I see there is an option on the VBR server, but also options on the Veeam Proxy servers as well.
If I specify the network throttling at the VBR server (Global setting), which ranges should be specified assuming I want to copy the backup jobs between both sites?
Which Veeam servers actually copy the traffic between the two sites? Is it between the proxy in site A to the proxy in site B?