We are planning on utilising veeam backup and replicayion for our DR site. We currently have 'live' servers which use DFS for replicating the data over a WAN/VPN connection.
In the event of DR we simply close a DR client machine and utilise our providers LAN/WAN for the clients into the datacentre where the servers are. Of course there is an element of manul restoration of some data but most is always there and up-to-date.
Live site = 172. - DR site = 192.
I see you can re-ip VM's from host to host (for different sites mainly?).
So how would these replicated hosts with same server names (different IP's i guess) be accessible to the clients without clashes???
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