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You should use the default configuration (where site-link transitivity is enabled) anytime it is possible. The two reasons you ll see on the exam for disabling transitivity and using site-link bridges are when you want total control over replication paths (due to WAN link limitations of firewall configurations) and when your network is not fully routed.
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Assigning Site-Link Costs
All site links are assigned a cost that is used in determining the routing preference they are given relative to other site links. By default, all site links are assigned a value of 100. Making a site link more expensive than another site link causes the replication process (and the process of other applications and services such as the Domain Controller Locator) to favor the less expensive site link when both paths would reach the final destination. Costs along site links are cumulative. For example, consider the diagram shown in Figure 5-6. If a domain controller in Site A needs to replicate information to a domain controller in Site D, it is going to use the path that travels through Site B because the cumulative cost (600) is less than the cumulative cost of the other available path (1000).
cost 300 Site B cost 300
Site A
cost 300 cost 700 Site D
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Figure 5-6 Site-link costs are cumulative.
It is recommended that you configure site-link costs consistently across a network based on the available bandwidth of the connection. Table 5-1 shows recommended costs to assign for various levels of available bandwidth.
Table 5-1
Recommended Site-Link Costs by Available Bandwidth
Site-Link Cost 1042 798 644
Available Bandwidth (Kbps) 9.6 19.2 38.4
Lesson 3
Planning a Replication Strategy
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Table 5-1 Recommended Site-Link Costs by Available Bandwidth (Continued)
Available Bandwidth (Kbps) 56 64 128 256 512 1024 2048 4096
Site-Link Cost 586 567 486 425 378 340 309 283
Scheduling Site-Link Availability
By default, site links are made available all the time, which means that replication can occur as needed. However, you can change the times that site links are available if you need to exert tighter control over replication. For example, you could schedule a site link to be available only during off hours so that replication didn t compete with other WAN usage. Keep in mind, though, that although blocking replication during certain times gives priority to other WAN traffic, it also increases the latency of replication the time it takes for all the domain controllers in a domain to arrive at the same state. When replication between two sites traverses multiple site links, the replication of the domain will not complete until each site link, in sequence, has had the opportunity to replicate. In addition to the scheduled times during which the site link is available, the other scheduling concept you need to be aware of is the replication interval. This value indi cates how often replication over a site link should occur. The default replication interval is 180 minutes, meaning that replication between site links occurs roughly every three hours, assuming the site link schedule allows it. As with setting a schedule, setting a replication interval is something of an art. Setting longer intervals reduces the amount of traffic over the WAN, but also increases replication latency.
Creating Site Links
When you install Active Directory, a default site-link object is created for IP and is named DEFAULTIPSITELINK. This default site-link object is associated with the default site. No default site-link object is created for the SMTP protocol.
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Designing a Site Plan
When you create additional site links, keep the following in mind:
Make sure that all sites can connect to one another. When you add a site to a link, make sure you know whether the site is already a member of another link and remove it if necessary. Otherwise, the KCC will build a topology based on both memberships. Use a consistent naming scheme for site links that identifies their purpose. Use RPC over IP as the transport protocol for all site links unless your network is not fully routed and you are forced to use SMTP.
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