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Stateful FailOver

Hi,

Is it possible to use a Virtual Interface on the PIX (when 802.1q trunking enabled) for stateful Failover Information?

A serial cable will still be used for regular failover.

Regards,

Naman

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Re: Stateful FailOver

Naman,

Nope, sorry. The stateful failover link still needs to be a dedicated physical interface due to the sheer amount of traffic that is sent across this connection in most cases. Hope this helps.

Scott

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Re: Stateful FailOver

Naman,

Nope, sorry. The stateful failover link still needs to be a dedicated physical interface due to the sheer amount of traffic that is sent across this connection in most cases. Hope this helps.

Scott

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Re: Stateful FailOver

hi,,

No u can`t use virtual interface for stateful failover.u have to use dedicate cable.

For regular F.O u need use serial or ethenet cable

For serail === below 6feet

lan cable ===== above 6feet

bye

sat.

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