[ovirt-users] Overt Networking VPN
mmirecki at redhat.com
Fri Sep 9 09:00:20 UTC 2016
>From what you described, you have two sets of servers in two locations.
With the right network architecture it should be ok to have just one
(with no HA) VPN connection between the two locations.
To achieve HA, you would need at least two redundant VPN connections,
as well as redundant switches in both locations.
Let me know if you have any further questions.
----- Original Message -----
> From: "System Administrator" <sysadmin at phoenixhawaii.net>
> To: Users at ovirt.org
> Sent: Thursday, September 8, 2016 5:27:34 AM
> Subject: [ovirt-users] Overt Networking VPN
> I am attempting to set up an Ovirt environment across every server that I
> currently manage. I have a set of servers in one location, behind a single
> firewall with multiple IP's, and I have another set of servers in a second
> location halfway around the world, also with their own set of IP's.
> Additionally, the servers have different types of Intel CPU's, and varying
> amounts of memory and storage. I also have a Fiber Optic SAN that I would
> like to use as my storage.
> My question is: Do I have to set up a VPN between every server that I want
> to install Ovirt on in order to manage them under a single Ovirt
> installation? If so, how would I gain a highly available scenario? In
> this case, if the server acting as the VPN server failed, the entire Ovirt
> system would collapse as well due to inability to communicate.
> My goal is to combine the resources of all of my servers so that I can live
> migrate VM's between them based upon workload, and also availability of
> hardware. If the servers in Canada fail for instance, I want the services
> to automatically migrate to my servers in Hawaii.
> Any assistance you can provide would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
> Trenton D Warren
> President and CEO
> Phoenix Holdings Corporation
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