Has anyone implemented a VSS Core to ASA Active/Standby pair, where the inside interface of the ASA primary is in VSS Switch 1 and the inside interface of the ASA Secondary is in VSS Switch 2 and the port on the switch plugged into the ASA secondary is continually going up and down?
This isn't a new implementation. The only thing that was changed is that the ASA pair went from
being plugged into a 6509 to being plugged into a VSS pair. everything else is the same. The port on the switch that is plugged into the ASA secondary comes up for a second and then immediately goes down and this repeats. I was wondering if there were any caveats with VSS and ASA active/passive pairs.
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