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FWSM 3.2(3) and failover

sh monitor-interface

This host: Secondary - Active

Interface a (1.2.3.4): Normal

Interface inside (1.2.4.5): Normal

Interface outside (1.2.5.6): Normal

Other host: Secondary - Standby Ready

Interface a (1.2.3.5): Normal

Interface inside (1.2.4.6): Normal

Interface outside (1.2.5.7): Normal

could someone say whether the stats from primary FWSM is this "This host: Secondary - Active" Is this a cosmetic bug? because I expected Primary - Active

thanks

michael

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Re: FWSM 3.2(3) and failover

For some reason your firewall cluster must have trigged a failover from primary to secondary.

Using the command "failover preemtp [delay]"

will force the cluster to reestablish the original state if no failover issue exists anymore.

You can also flip the active and standby by using the command "no failover active" on the active peer.

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