Arcserve backing up over network

Posted on 2007-08-02
Last Modified: 2010-03-17

I have two server one on a *.*.30.1 subnet and the other on a *.*.20.1 subnet.  I want to be able to backup from the .30 subnet to the .20 subnet or discover the .30 range from the .20 range and backup that way.  I need to get the information from the .30 range server to the .20 range server tape drive.  Both networks can see each othere as they are physically located in the same building.  the .30 range is running Arcserve 11.5 and the .20 range is running 9.0.  Can anyone tell me if this is possible. hope that makes sense

Question by:SparkeyGlynn
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    I think I understand what you are saying but not sure just what the problem is.

    If it is just a matter of backing up a client on the other network, install the client agent on the system and then add it in under backup source on the ARCserve server side.

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