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ePo cluster support on multiple subnet

Hi.

I am planning for ePo cluster on 2 different Subnets for High Availability, both subnet can commnicat with each other, ans we will setup ePo node in each Subnet,  but  if 1 subnet down, ePo should be accissible from other Subnet.  I have following queries

1. How can I configure Virtual IP/FQDN if we have 2 different subnet IP's.

2. If entire subnet goes down, will ePo will be accissible, as Virtual IP may be from subnet which is down.

3. If I confgure Virtual FQDN with 2 different IP's will ePo clustering work?

 

thank you!

Girish Modak

 

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Re: ePo cluster support on multiple subnet

I also answered the same to my colleague with the case opened this morning for this topic 🙂 

We do not support MultiSubnetFailover for now, please see the article below:

https://kc.mcafee.com/corporate/index?page=content&id=KB87059

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