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    NIC Configuration Scenarios Overview

    The NIC configuration scenarios in the sample data provide resolutions for a variety of network configurations.

    Each NIC scenario includes two types of configuration:

    • Centralized—A single host configuration for use with NIC replication. In a centralized configuration all agents and resolvers reside on one host. The name of this host is DemoHost.
    • Distributed—A multiple host configuration in which agents and resolvers are distributed among more than one host. This type of configuration is designed for use with NIC host redundancy. In most cases, the hosts are named OnePopH1 (a host in a pop) and OnePopBO (a host in a back office).

    The best way to view the sample data is with the NIC Web Admin tool.

    For a summary of the NIC configuration scenarios included in the sample data, see NIC Configuration Scenarios.

    Modified: 2014-06-11