Hi all -
I have a particular instance where I am unable to use Veeam to replicate from my source to my final destination. The company I am working for has been acquired and we're moving our virtual infrastructure to the parent company. However, due to politics right now, I cannot get access to the remote ESXi host. Instead, the IT team wants to use Veeam replication to replicate to a host that they will send me on-prem. Then, they'll establish a VPN between that ESXi host and one at their facility and Veeam the server from this intermediate host to their host. So, in short, rather than Veeam directly to the destination, there is a middle ground ESXi host that the VM will be replicate to (but will not run from). The parent IT team will then configure Veeam replication on that VM, while it's still being replicated at the source side, and cut over to the final destination.
Is this a support migration path for Veeam replication? My concern is that the source side replication may not be lock-step with the remote replication and the VM may not replicate safely/entirely.