I have to create a lab network that is firewalled off from the main production network. I'm thinking of connecting it via routers running firewall IOS (Reasons for not using ASA's? Expected low throughput, demanded low cost, the usual suspects).
I'd like to have two routers running active/passive. Questions:
1) can I run two IOS firewalls in Active/passive
2) is there a way of managing them other than manually replicating the config changes from one to another every time I make a config change?
All comments/help appreciated (even if the comments are "Don't be so stupid :) )
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