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ASA Failover between three ASA

Hi,

 

I want to make this senario for failover like in attached picture, 

 

for ASA-A its connected to deffrent ISP of ASA-B, and every ASA handle deffrent network, can i put another ASA with two context as standby for actives FW's

 

Thanks.

 

 

 

 

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Hall of Fame Super Silver

No - sorry that will not work

No - sorry that will not work.

"The two units in a failover configuration must:

...

Be in the same context mode (single or multiple)."

Source.

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Hall of Fame Super Silver

No - sorry that will not work

No - sorry that will not work.

"The two units in a failover configuration must:

...

Be in the same context mode (single or multiple)."

Source.

VIP Purple

As Marvin stated, it won't

As Marvin stated, it won't work as in your picture.

But if you don't need any features that are not available in multiple-context-mode, then you could configure Active/Active-failover between ASA-A and ASA-B with one context for the operation of ASA-A and another Context for the operation of ASA-B.

Hall of Fame Super Silver

Good suggestion, Karsten.The

Good suggestion, Karsten.

The only caveat that brings to mind is that remote access VPN isn't supported in multi-context mode. So if that's in use they couldn't go that route.

 

p.s. hope to see you at Cisco Live this year.

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