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SPP - VADP/VSnap, one to many - many to one?

jbrosten

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Hi, It's possible (and sometimes recommended) to relate one SPP appliance to many VADP/VSnap-servers but I wonder if it's possible to do the other way around? It only applies to a testing environment, not for production.
Is it possible to let two or more SPP's send the data to the same VADP/VSnap server? (I always combine VDAP and VSnap on the same physical server.)

I can't find this configuration described on Knowledge base or the recently released Red Paper for SPP. By trying, I can configure 2 or more SPP's to send to the same VDAP/VSnap but looking in the config file for VDAP, I can only see data from the latest added SPP.

Thanks in advance, /Joakim
 

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