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Re: [ISSForum] Setting up RealSecure SP 6 for disaster recovery purpose



Heng,

You may want to consider 'Event Collector Stacking'.
This is a cleaner way to set up DR. I can send you
more details on this later.

Good Luck,
Michael

--- Heng Kuo Kuang Kelvin  NCS <kuokuang@xxxxxxxxxx>
wrote:

> Hi everyone,
>  
> I need some help on setting up a DR server for my
> RealSecure SP 6.
> I have an existing server that is running with RSSP
> 6 and MS-SQL, my task is to setup a new server with
> the same settings and when there is any problem with
> my main server. All I need to do is to unplug the
> network from the main server and connects to my "new
> server".
>  
> 1. How to migrate the private keys over to new
> server (so that I can setup using the same private
> keys - no sure if this is necessary)
> 2. How to transfer the operation DB to the new
> server (daily, so that the DB is up-to-date)
> 3. If the new server is up, what are the steps to do
> to ensure all server/network sensors can connects to
> it
> 4. Any other information that can help me
>  
> Please advise if you can. Thanks in advance
>  
> Regards,
> Kelvin Heng
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