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M670 Appliance

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Aug 2nd, 2012
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I have a Customer that has about 10 Iron Port 370 Web Security appliances.  They want to have a M670 on the West Coast be the Primary Central Manager with a second M670 on the East coast acting in a secondary manager role.  I am struggling to locate docs on the Cisco site showing how to set-up the roles between the M670s.  Can Anyone Assist?


Thanks in Advance.


Rob

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Jeronimo Orona Tue, 08/07/2012 - 15:11
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Hello Rob,


In AsyncOS Version 6 and later, redundancy was introduced to allow for message tracking  and reporting data to be replicated across two M series appliances. If  you configure redundancy("secondaryconfig"), ensure that only one IronPort M-Series  Security Management appliance has redundancy enabled along with the  respective C-Series appliances.


The following Knowledge Base article covers this type of configuration.


Article #976: How can I configure the M-series appliance for redundancy?

Link: http://tinyurl.com/3ydzrn


Hope this answers your questions.



Regards,


-Jerry Orona

donnylee Tue, 08/07/2012 - 17:55
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In addition to Jerry's response.

Centralized reporting feature for WSA will only work with one SMA (M-series), however you can add one SMA to two SMAs for centralized configuration. Just need to be careful to track which SMA is used to push/publish the configuration to the WSA.


-Donny

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