Does both the Veeam Backup Server and Veeam Proxy servers require access to the backup vlan where the backup appliance will live?
From what I have read, with the above virtual setup of Veeam, it will be using the "hot add" mode to backup. Do you know of any gotcha's with this setup? Or should I consider NBD instead?
What about some of my VM's that have RDM's presented to them, will Veeam be able to back them up?
RDM virtual disks in physical mode, independent disks, and disks connected via in-guest iSCSI initiator are not supported, and are skipped from processing automatically. Network shares and mount points targeted to some 3rd party storage devices are also skipped as these volumes/disks are not visible in the VM configuration file.
PTide wrote:Hi,Does both the Veeam Backup Server and Veeam Proxy servers require access to the backup vlan where the backup appliance will live?
It depends. I think that I need more info to be able to answer this question properly. May I ask you why did you ask that? Because your question sounds like you'd prefer not to provide one of the servers mentioned with an access to the backup vlan.
We don't want to present the VMware datastores to a Windows host for a number of reasons.
I'm interested in hearing more about the 10gb network option and what the best design would be for this.
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