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Old 21st April 2013, 01:03
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Default Question about cluster replication security considerations for ISPConfig

I've been running ISPConfig happily for a while now all under one server, one datacenter for my needs. I recently decided for the sake of availability I would also collocate at a second datacenter, which happens to be with a different provider. In looking through the mechanisms to replicate, I determined I needed to ask a couple security-related questions to determine what the best course of action would be.

#1 - It looks like ISPConfig's default mechanism for replication is basically database replication. Is this correct?

#2 - Assuming #1, is this done via any secure mechanism at all? Or is it done in the clear with the intention that all the machines would be behind the same firewall?

Thanks much!
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