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Infin3ty
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Replicate NAS data to another Site

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Hi, we are quite new to Veeam

We have the following situation,
On the Lan we have veeam backup to a nas with an UTP of 1 Gigabit.
The Nas contains 5TB

We want to replicate the 5 B to a another site with the exsisting 10Mbit connection.
What's best practice?

Thnx in advance for your reply

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Re: Replicate NAS data to another Site

Post by Vitaliy S. » 1 person likes this post

Hi Hekjan,

Rsync seems like the most commonly used approach to replicate backup files offsite. Please look through existing topics for further details > http://forums.veeam.com/search.php?st=0 ... ckup+rsync

Thanks!

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Re: Replicate NAS data to another Site

Post by dellock6 » 1 person likes this post

Also, if you are not familiar with rsync or linux, another great (and free) tool is allway sync, runs on windows and has a nice and easy to use graphic interface. Performances and features are really near to rsync.

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