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vRanger 7.8 - Integration Guide for EMC Data Domain Boost (DD Boost)

Configuring Advanced Load Balancing and Link Failover

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Installing and configuring DD Boost > Configuring the Data Domain system > Configuring Advanced Load Balancing and Link Failover

If an interface group is configured, when the EMC® Data Domain® system receives data from the backup server clients, the data transfer is load balanced and distributed as separate jobs on the private network, providing higher input and output throughput, especially for customers who use multiple 1 GbE connections.
After the interface group is set up, you can add or delete interfaces from the group. You can manage Advanced Load Balancing and Link Failover — an interface group — by using the ddboost ifgroup command or from the Enterprise Manager Data Management > DD Boost view. For more information, see the EMC Data Domain Operating System Administration Guide.

Configuring replication

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With EMC® Data Domain® Boost (DD Boost™), vRanger can control replication between multiple EMC® Data Domain® systems and provide backup administrators with a single point of management for tracking all backups and duplicate copies. This configuration lets you efficiently create disaster recovery (DR) copies of your backups over the WAN, and track all the copies using the vRanger catalog for easy recovery.
When using EMC® Data Domain® Boost (DD Boost™) with vRanger, replication is configured through the vRanger interface. For instructions on enabling replication, see Configuring repository replication.
Enabling or disabling the low-bandwidth optimization option does not require a restart of the EMC® Data Domain® file system. After enabling low-bandwidth optimization, however, you need to run a full cleaning cycle on the Data Domain system for it to be effective.
For more information on this feature, see the EMC Data Domain Operating System Administration Guide.
# ddboost file-replication option set encryption enabled
For more information on this feature, see the EMC Data Domain Operating System Administration Guide.

Installing vRanger

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Before installing vRanger and EMC® Data Domain® Boost (DD Boost™), ensure that you read and understand the requirements and limitations of both products. The following topics summarize the system requirements for vRanger.
At least one EMC® Data Domain® device running:

vRanger system requirements

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Installing vRanger

Before installing vRanger and EMC® Data Domain® Boost (DD Boost™), ensure that you read and understand the requirements and limitations of both products. The following topics summarize the system requirements for vRanger.
At least one EMC® Data Domain® device running:
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