I have an ASA that, due to lack of interfaces, need to use the management ports as failover. I have a direct straight through cable between the interfaces, and this is how I am going to use in in production as well. I've got the failover working in a lab, but I had a question about the "stateful" failover. The only documentation I can find says you need a "crossover" for the stateful traffic to replicate. However, my failover only works with a straight through cable. I am unable to test the stateful traffic in my lab, but I don't see why it wouldn't work over my straight through. Any gotchas I need to be worried about with this setup?
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