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SFHA: long distance replication

Created: 26 Sep 2012 • Updated: 26 Sep 2012 | 3 comments
UFO's picture
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How does SFHA for Win replication work for two server that are geographically in different locations (different cities)? Now they're connected via SAN and are at close distance (different buildings). Cannot find answer in documentation so far, so your kind advice is appreciated.

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arangari's picture

Need more elaboration for providing accurate information. In general, did you see Campus Cluster configuration or GCO configuration sections in the documents?

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Amit Rangari

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Marianne's picture

WAN replication is done via TCP or UDP. IPv4 and IPv6 are both supported.

Not sure what documentation you are looking at. Information about how Volume Replicator works and how to configure it is documented in the Volume Repicator Admin Guide.

You can find documentation for your SFW version on SORT: https://sort.symantec.com/documentation  

Scroll down to Veritas Storage Foundation and High Availability section and select 'Product guides' link for your version. You will find Volume Replicator Guides in the list. 

Link to SFW 6.0 VVR manual: https://d1mj3xqaoh14j0.cloudfront.net/public/documents/sfha/6.0/windows/productguides/pdf/VVR_Admin_60.pdf

Chapter 1 (Understanding Veritas Volume Replicator) gives a good overview of how VVR works.

Hope this helps.

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UFO's picture

Dear Marianne, I almost worship you. The answer is so ultimate that all I can say is big thank you. This was exactly what I needed to know and all the links are very helpful.

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