I have a client who would like a mirrored backup of there server to minimise down time. They are looking for a solution where they have a server at location A and server at location B and mirror each other to the extent where if Server A is to go down I simply bring in Server B plug it into the power and the users can continue to work as they were. They would like to house Server B at another geographical location. Is this possible through some kind of internet connection.
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Keep in mind that subnetting requires lots of practice and time.
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