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Veeam Istant Recovery in a host with different subnet

Post by tr4ding » Feb 06, 2015 9:22 am

Same building, different departments with different WAN Connections.

Network 1 with a fortigate UTM

lan:192.168.200.x
Wan: x.x.x.x
vlan1 interface: 172.10.70.1

vlan1 interface provides necessary routing through a static route between 192.168.200.x and 137.0.0.x lans in order to achieve connection from veeam backup server to 137.0.0.x host.

host 1 vmware
1 dc
1 SMB

host 2 vmware
1 SQL Server DB APP

host 3 vmware
1 Veeam Backup Server

Backup REPO is in the 192.168.200.x network

Network 2 with a fortigate UTM

lan:137.0.0.x
Wan: x.x.x.x
vlan1 interface: 172.10.70.2

vlan1 interface provides necessary routing through a static route between 192.168.200.x and 137.0.0.x lans in order to achieve connection from veeam backup server to 137.0.0.x host.

host 4 vmware
1 dc
1 SMB
1 SQL Server DB APP

Scenario

All vm backups are in the 192.168.200.x network.

If host 4 vmware goes in fault?
How could I perform a VM istant recovery for example in the host 1, host 2 or host 3 just to let employers continues to work?

All the other hosts are in the Network 1 (ip class 192.168.200.x), but VMs interested in restore in thi scenario have an IP class 137.0.0.x.

Thanks in advance guys!

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Re: Veeam Istant Recovery in a host with different subnet

Post by foggy » Feb 09, 2015 3:33 pm

If I'm understanding you right, you're talking about re-IP of a VM upon Instant Recovery. Since there's no such functionality, you would need to manually edit VM network settings in this case.

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