Yes, replication will continue however, you have to be careful of a journal
wrap. When WAN breaks, changes continue to be registered in the USN journal.
When the WAN re-establishes, the journal will allow it to "catch up" on
changes made while the WAN link was broken.
The problem occurs if the WAN link is down for too long, the USN journal
gets filled and wraps around. You can increase the USN journal size in the
registry. If your WAN link goes down for long periods, I highly recommend you
increase the USN journal size.
Miguel Fra / Falcon ITS
Post by Â£Jim
What happens to replicated folders if a WAN link is down for hours (or
even longer) then reconnected? Does replication catch up by making all
the changes from either end? Is there a maximum disconnection time?