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Moving a vMIVB from one host to another in a different DC

Moving a vMIVB from one host to another in a different DC

Moving a vMIVB from one host to another in a different DC

(OP)
Hi
Anyone know the best way to do this?

thanks in advance

RE: Moving a vMIVB from one host to another in a different DC

depends what else you are doing and whether both DCs are able to contact each other
you could
- if they can talk to each other - deploy new one and use restore from running
- if they cant then create msl backup and restore it on new server
- OR manually configure MSL and restore ESM backup once new server is running

if Ip addresses are changing , access server via console after restore and run setup to change Ip
then login and adjust local networks in MSL and adjust pabx settings in ESm as required

If I never did anything I'd never done before , I'd never do anything.....

RE: Moving a vMIVB from one host to another in a different DC

(OP)
Cheers mate

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