[Veritas-bu] multiple interfaces in multiple nets

2001-12-13 08:42:11
Subject: [Veritas-bu] multiple interfaces in multiple nets
From: rplace AT uslec DOT com (Place, Richard)
Date: Thu, 13 Dec 2001 08:42:11 -0500
Well, I see two routes you can take.

1.  On your master server set up a static route specifying any traffic
destined for the remote gigabit network default to your remote media server
thereby making your media server a router as well.  Make sure the file
/etc/norouter doesn't exist on your remote media server.
i.e. (on the master server)

route add net "remote Gb network ip" "remote media server ip" 0

You should add this to /etc/init.d/inetinit

2.  Purchase Veritas Global Data Manager and have each site be its own
domain with its own master server.

Hope this helps,
Rick Place 
Sr. Unix Systems Administrator
US LEC of North Carolina
rplace AT uslec DOT com

-----Original Message-----
From: pk [mailto:a_luddite AT yahoo DOT com]
Sent: Wednesday, December 12, 2001 12:58 AM
To: veritas-bu AT mailman.eng.auburn DOT edu
Subject: [Veritas-bu] multiple interfaces in multiple nets

I am trying to set up a Netbackup 3.4 (Solaris)
environment in 2 sites.
Each has a Gigabit network for Netbackup(and a 100Mbit
public network), a media server, and several clients.
NIS is used for name resolution, there is no routing
between the Gigabit networks, all network traffic
between the sites is via the 100Mb public network.

Does anyone know if/how this can be configured?  The
"local" site is fine, as the clients can be referred
to by the gigabit hostname, but for the remote site
how could this be achieved?


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