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Installing AS Java in a multihomed server environment

Hi SDNers,

We are about to install a BI, EP and SCM Development environment and we're considering using a server network to handle the communications between the servers so that it doesn't 'hit' the client network.

I read an old SAP Network Integration Guide (BTW - does anyone know whether this has been updated in the last 3-4 years? I'm damned if I can find a recent copy!), which explains how to do this, but the guide is so old it doesn't mention anything about Java or Netweaver.

My question is - is it still recommended to split client and server traffic across different networks in a SAP Java environment?

Many thanks,

Arwel.

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    Posted on Jan 07, 2008 at 03:59 PM

    > My question is - is it still recommended to split client and server traffic across different networks in a SAP Java environment?

    Hi Arwel,

    It's always good idea to use a separate VLAN for the communication between your servers.

    regards

    Juan

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2008 at 08:40 AM

    So you are planning your system landscapes. You can find some doc about SLD.

    BI, EP,SCM,ERP are all based on NetWeaver(ABAP&Java application server).

    I don't know much about network transport problems. We have several NetWeaver, ERP, BI,EP in different locations. Everything is all right. Only portal demand more brandwith. SAP GUI is OK.

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