I have a failover PIX 535 running os version 7.01; it was not able to synchronize and i found that an interface shows the following upon sho interface:
Interface Ethernet2 "testVlan", is down, line protocol is up
have anyone seen the interface down, line up before
btw, the interface connects to a huawei 6500 switch and the huawei interface shows up state; i used another interface on the switch just in case, i restarted the pix several times, i made it operate without the primary pix, and of course shut and un-shut the interface ....
one more question, is there anything similar to "keepalive 0" on the pix, thought the oposite interface is up/up, but just as info.?
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