Force Replication to use a Static Route
To set up a static route, on the Configuration > Network > Routing page,
In the Insert Static Route box, select the Family and Kind and then enter
the Destination IP, Gateway, and Interface.
To ensure traffic is routing on the source and target, in the CLI use
traceroute. For information about using
traceroute, see Network Routing Configuration. In the example, 10.80.219.124 @
igb0 identifies igb0 as the interface. This is a quick way to
verify the right interface is being used.
brmv01sn02:> traceroute poc7330-050
traceroute: Warning: Multiple interfaces found; using 10.80.219.124 @ igb0 traceroute
to poc7330-050 (10.80.219.117), 30 hops max, 40 byte packets
1 poc7330-050.us.oracle.com (10.80.219.117) 0.446 ms 0.115 ms 0.104 ms
To add a new replication target, on the Configuration > Services >
Replication page, click the
In the Add Replication Target box, type a name for the target, the
Hostname IP address for the network interface, and the password.
To ensure traffic passes across the defined static route, after
replication starts use Network Interface Bytes in Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance Analytics Guide
Preferences page ensure Preference Properties is toggled on.
After you verify that source to target replication uses the correct
interface, reverse the replication. For information about reversing
replication, see Reversing the Direction of Replication .