BTW, since one of the DMZ interface will be used for something else, you might need to exclude both DMZ from participating in failover before connecting the port to public interface.
Remove it from Standby unit first, which will break the failover communication for a while.
Your Active/Primary PIX unit will remain active.
Then remove the DMZ on Active unit, and configure it with your required config.
Issue 'no failover', then execute 'failover' command again.
Check the failover status 'sh failover'. Your inside & outside interfaces should still be active in Primary unit. Go to Standby/secondary PIX, check the failover status. If not sync, issue 'no failover' command, followed by 'failover' command only.
This will synch both Active & Standby unit without triggering failover.
*do not use 'failovcer active', as this will force Standby unit to become active.
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