can i get a little help. i'm attempting to setup stateful failover between 2 pix 535 with UR license on both. the config guide says
"In multiple context mode, the Stateful Failover link resides in the system context"
I am running multiple context, with only the admin and system context (both default). However, when in system context, I cannot configure an IP on interface G0 (the one I want to use for the stateful failover interface.)
I'm not real sure what I need to do...when i do a sho run, G0 is clearly in the system context, though i have limited configurable options...AND it is in the admin context as well (I can do ALL configurations).
Can somebody get me pointed in the right direction here...
A second point is the use of "Failover vs Stateful Failover" do you have to have both interfaces?
i guess i just didnt quite understand the guide...it outlines
"If you have not done so already, configure the active and standby IP addresses for each data interface (routed mode)"
I took that quite literally as configure the interface...
so, as i look further down the config guide, it refers to the commands you have provided...So, an additional question is, when i designate, for example, G0 as the "stateful failover" interface, does that place it in the system context?
the guide also says the stateful failover interface will be in the system context...
Well, all interface s exist in the system, but they are not configured in the system, they are only allocated to the contexts.
When using the failover commands the failover interfaces can be considered as configured in the system. Meaning in your case, G) you can see it as belonging and configured in the system. It is not exactly configured with the traditional sense, but it uses the failover ip commands to configured it.
Of course that context should not be pushed to a context at the same time and this will not be allowed.
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