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Multiple probes for internet redundancy

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I am trialing the hosted solution at the moment. What I would like to configure is two (or more) remote probes at sites with independent router, firewall, internet connection. This would be for redundancy so that if a core router or firewall was the reason the primary remote probe was not sending data, the secondary probe would continue to report status of devices so the issue can be accurately shown in the portal.

From what I have read on the KB, the only option would be to clone our device groups to the secondary remote probe and report on everything twice, also using double the sensor licenses. Is this correct or are there any alternatives to provide this redundancy?

Thanks!

hosted multiple-probes redundancy

Created on Jul 3, 2018 5:33:08 PM by  keithdickinson (0) 1



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Dear Keith,

that information is correct. Redundant / clustered probes are not available. The solution is to manually clone an exiting node to another probe.

Created on Jul 4, 2018 3:32:48 PM by  Arne Seifert [Paessler Support]



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