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    Backup network.

    So I'm now putting in a seperate mini networks for server backups to the san.

    Each server has a second nic.
    All the second nic's will be connected to an 1800-24G in the server room.
    The 1800-24G will be connected via fibre to the openfiler san.
    The openfiler san uses a media converter to go from fibre to gigabit copper.

    All of our machines currentlly use a 10.x.x.x style ip address.

    What range should I pick for this seperate backup network?

    At the moment backups are done using backupassist and ntbackup but I'm looking at something like R1Softs CDP solution.

    Ben

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    You can use what ever range you like as long as it is a private address.



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