I haven't dealt with this for a while, things are changing all the time, but the principles should be the same. So the answer doesn't really depend on the 4006, but on your firewalls. First of all the firewalls need to maintain state information that is accurate and real time. Lets say a packet goes out fw1 and comes back in fw2, if fw2 doesn't have state info on the packet, it drops it. Therefore, some device need to maintain a table on which session came thru which fw and makes sure that the packet returns thru same fw. This is pretty much what fw load balancers do, like alteon, rad and cisco has one also. Otherwise you pretty much have to have one in active and one in standby. Hope that makes sense.
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