I've got a pair of ASA firewalls that are accessed via a SOCKS server, so all management sessions to it is from this one ip address. The firewalls are running OSPF and learn the route to the SOCKS ip subnet via OSPF, so we are unable to directly access the standby firewall because the active OSPF route is not advertised to the failover firewall apparently. I need to be able to manage both these firewalls independently but if the OSPF routes don't sync to the backup firewall, do I have any workarounds? Is it possible to configure a static route to the SOCKS subnet on the primary firewall and give it a higher admin distance. That way, it would sync with the failover and allow me to connect to the failover using the static route, while the OSPF method would still work on the primary?