This topic provides instructions on how to set up onsite Multi-Point Replication for your CDP Server Enterprise Edition based on the following scheme.
Follow the instructions below.
If you want to perform offsite backups, you need to have an additional CDP Agent license per CDP Server you are going to make replicas/copies of. Read more in Getting Technical Support & Licensing.
After the machine reboots, the installation is complete.
In our example, we added the installed Agent to the second CDP Server. The Agent name is "cpanel." Once the Agent is added to the second CDP Server, it is listed on the "Agents" screen.
Below, we added the Server Key to the Agent using the Windows CDP Agent Configuration Utility. To do this, select the "Authorized CDP Servers" tab. Click the "Add..." button. Enter the Filename, Protocol, and R1Soft CDP Server IP. Click "Ok."
Once the key is added, it appears on the "Authorized CDP Servers" tab, as pictured below.
If the secondary server machine is located remotely, you can first create an initial replica on the primary server machine and then move the Disk Safe to the secondary server machine. You can find instructions in Setting up Remote Multi-Point Replication.
Configure the replication schedule on the secondary CDP Enterprise Server to protect the primary CDP Enterprise Server. See Creating Policies.
In the following image, you can see that we selected the Agent called "cpanel" when creating the Policy on the second CDP Enterprise Server.