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ERA Proxy limitations


jdossantos
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Hello,
the company that employs me owns several interconnected sites via an MPLS network, with an internet output on a main site.
The remote sites have, for the most part, a 4Mb/s SDSL connection.
I plan to use an ERA Proxy. Is it possible to limit:
- the number of hosts updated
simultaneously at each remote site,
- the usable bandwidth per site?
Thank you in advance,
José

 

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Not sure what you mean by " the number of hosts updated simultaneously at each remote site" since ERA Proxy is not used to update clients. ERA Agent installed on endpoints reports to ERA Proxy instead of ERA Server and then ERA Proxy relays all collected data to the ERA Server. Since the amount of data varies and depends on many variables, such as the number of alerts that have occurred, the number of agents, the interval in which agents connect to ERAS/ERA Proxy, etc. it's impossible to tell whether the bandwidth is sufficient.

In case of issues, you can increase the connection interval and especially resolve alerts on endpoints and thus prevent the ERA Proxy from sending too much data to the ERA Server.

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