All of this is working fine, the configuration was saved, the certificates where saved using 'ca save all', everything is working fine except the certificates that were imported have not been replicated to the failover PIX - the command 'show ca certificate', does not show any certs.
The private keys shown by 'sh ca mypubkey rsa' are the same on both devices.
I'm not able to find any documentation regarding how the certificates should be replicated to the failover PIX, and it is not possible to enroll the certificates again on the failover PIX using the commands they have initially been imported by:
pix-fw# conf t **** WARNING *** Configuration Replication is NOT performed from Standby unit to Active unit. Configurations are no longer synchronized.
pix-fw(config)# ca auth ca **** WARNING *** Configuration Replication is NOT performed from Standby unit to Active unit. Configurations are no longer synchronized.
Has anyone else experienced similar issue or how to get failover PIX with new ca certificates?
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