I just purchased a 515e unit from a person that got done with CCNA stuff little did i know it was a failover unit. Is there anyway to knock out the failover part and make it a primary unit with no failover needed. Just using it as a personal home network firewall for now.
I am not sure if you are talking about the license part. Even if the license says failover, you can still use it as a standalone device. What version on PIX are you using? You have to configure failover on the pix in order to use it, if you dont configure then you can use it as a standalone unit.
If your PIX only has the FO-license (Failover only), then you can't use the PIX a a standalone device. In that case the PIX will restart at regular intervals because it is not intended to run standalone. Please post a "show version" to verify that.
Configuration has not been modified since last system restart.
It has a FO licence only I would like to change out the license but to my understanding this product is EOL meaning it's no longer supported but i was reading online that maybe the license can be changed out?
I do not have a support contract, So i guess i will just toss this unit in the good ole trash and call it a day. Chalk it up to a few dollars lost and pay better attention next time. Thanks for the assistance.
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