On 9/02/2011 10:38 a.m., plear wrote:
> Iím preparing to mirror two machines over the internet because Iím
> moving my server from physical location to another - over the internet.I
> have a few questions:
> 1) IP addresses.On the Master I have a valid IP address for each domain
> (ie: *not* intranet addresses such as 192.168 Ö or 10.0 Ö) each of which
> is listed in the vdomain section.While the Slave will only have one
> valid internet IP address while the rest will be virtual domains with
> 192.168.X.X "intranet" IP addresses.Does this mean that only one domain
> on the master will be mirrored on the slave?Do I have to modify the
> setup on the Master so it is configured in the same manner as the
> mirror?Is there a work-around?
Mirroring doesn't copy ip addreses type settings, so you will need to
set those correctly on the slave.
This has no affect on weather or not the domain in quesiton is mirrored.
> 2) Mirroring surgemail.ini.I canít find it in the manual: is it
> necessary to exempt the vdomains?If so, what is the command?
> 3) Is it necessary to create all the users on the slave prior to
> initiate the mirroring process?
No. When you issue this command on the master
it will send the ini file and users (if using nwauth)
> 4) Is it necessary to create the directories for the users prior to
> initiating the mirroring process?
> 5) SSL Ė Iím leaving the SSL feature turned on.I have a valid
> certificate for only one of the domains hosted on the server / master.Is
> it sufficiently secure to use the surgemail created (untrusted)
> certificate on the slave or is it appropriate to add the same SSL
> certificate on the slave as exists on the master?Or should I purchase
> another certificate for the slave and if so, for the same or another
> domain than the master?
The untrusted certificate is completely secure, trust is only relevant
for web based interractions where the user could be connecting to the
'wrong' host, it doesn't affect the quality of the encryption used
between the two hosts.
> Thank you for your help!
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