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cisco ASA 5580-40 release 8.3 interface Redundant1 support

Hi all,

do you think feature 'interface redundant' is supported for failover link in multi-context active/active architecture.

I mean not LAN failover but normal failover.

thk

Das

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Re: cisco ASA 5580-40 release 8.3 interface Redundant1 support

AFAIK the redundant interface feature is not supported for failover/stateful interfaces.

Regards

Farrukh

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Re: cisco ASA 5580-40 release 8.3 interface Redundant1 support

A logical redundant interface pairs an active and a standby physical interface. When the active interface fails, the standby interface becomes active and starts passing traffic. You can configure a redundant interface to increase the security appliance reliability. This feature is separate from device-level failover, but you can configure redundant interfaces as well as failover if desired. You can configure up to 8 redundant interface pairs.

All security appliance configuration refers to the logical redundant interface instead of the member physical interfaces

Re: cisco ASA 5580-40 release 8.3 interface Redundant1 support

AFAIK the redundant interface feature is not supported for failover/stateful interfaces.

Regards

Farrukh

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