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Site Recovery with site A and site B network isolated

Hi All,

I'm planning site recovery with my protected server.  It mention that i need to have my site A and site B server network to be isolated to each other so that it will not create error on my site A network (because it's the same network and subnet).  But how do I make my site B server network available to my site A users when site A disaster happened.  Do I have to modify the routing when it happened.  How do i make it automatic?  What's the best routing for it (ospf or eigrp or others)?

Thanks for any comment you may add.

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Hi Rob,You can change one of

Hi Rob,

You can change one of the site's ip address segment and than run OSPF between your 2 sites. It will be all dynamic. If your 2 sites are small, you can put all your routers in the same OSPF area (area 0).

HTH

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