I have two pix 515-e which are in failover.now the staus for failover is shown in below.it shows primary is standby and secondary is Active.If i am modifying config it gives warning the change will not be replicated to Active as change is done in standby.How to correct this can anybody help here.
Failover On Cable status: Normal Reconnect timeout 0:00:00 Poll frequency 15 seconds Last Failover at: 02:10:13 UTC Thu Feb 16 2012 This host: Primary - Standby Active time: 0 (sec) Interface outside (126.96.36.199): Normal Interface inside (10.130.98.4): Normal Interface Breakme (10.130.120.2): Normal Interface DMZ (10.130.98.186): Normal Interface Breakme-L7 (192.168.5.2): Normal Interface stateful (192.168.1.2): Normal Other host: Secondary - Active Active time: 1893255 (sec) Interface outside (188.8.131.52): Normal Interface inside (10.130.98.5): Normal Interface Breakme (10.130.120.1): Normal Interface DMZ (10.130.98.185): Normal Interface Breakme-L7 (192.168.5.1): Normal Interface stateful (192.168.1.1): Normal
The output does show that the device to which you connect was originally configured to act as primary and is currently acting as standby. As such any config change that you make on this device would not sync to the other PIX.
There are two alternatives that you could use:
- you could connect to the other PIX and make the config change on it. Then the config change would sync to both PIXes.
- you could fail back so that this PIX once again becomes the active one which would allow you to make the config changes on this one and have it sync to the other PIX.
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