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I have few Linux VM in my DMZ cluster..recently build for new project, so need to copy big size of data to all of them.

Please advise best n secure practice to be followed here  , so that i can copy huge data from my LAN to DMZ VMs

any config required from SAN/Network/Linux end ?

What we can do form VMware end ?
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Great help.Thank you.
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