i have a 2 loadmasters in HA mode and the secondary is down. They are connected to 2 diff 2970 switches but on on VLAN1. my question is how do i isolate the loadmster which is down so that when I physically power on that device it does not send an initialisation/keepalive to the primary loadmaster (as there may be an outside chance that the primary may go down as well WHICH CANT HAPPEN) but at the same time I can connect to the device remotely when it comes back up. Can I put the device which is down to another VLAN? If so will i still be able to access it?
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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