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Monitoring Failover Pix

Hi all,

I have two Pix Firewalls 520 making failover. How can I monitoring when one of them fails?

The log show me a message when occurs a failover change?

Regards,

Carlos Welhous

TRICOM

Dominican Republic

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Cisco Employee

Re: Monitoring Failover Pix

PIX Failover Monitoring

http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/110/failover.html#monitor

Hope that helps

R/Yusuf

Cisco Employee

Re: Monitoring Failover Pix

Example: Unit Failure

In this example, failover has detected a failure. Note that Interface 1 on the primary unit is the source of the failure. The units are back in "waiting" mode because of the failure. The failed unit has removed itself from the network (interfaces are down) and is no longer sending "hello" packets on the network. The active unit remains in a "waiting" state until the failed unit is replaced and failover communications starts again.

Failover On

Cable status: Normal

Reconnect timeout 0:00:00

This host: Primary - Standby (Failed)

Active time: 7140 (sec)

Interface 0 (192.168.89.2): Normal (Waiting)

Interface 1 (192.168.89.2): Failed (Waiting)

Other host: Secondary - Active

Active time: 30 (sec)

Interface 0 (192.168.89.1): Normal (Waiting)

Interface 1 (192.168.89.1): Normal (Waiting)

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