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group int

want to group two interfaces.Exact requirement is both interfaces should go down simeltaneously, if any one of of them went down

backup group of interfaces should come up after this action.

can this be done by object tracking?

hardware : - >cisco 6500 or 7600

interfaces : -> Vlan interfaces.

please guide

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Re: group int

elaborated : -

Please find the attached document.F0/1 and F0/2 must be a group and they should go down simultaneouly as well as the second group (f0/10 and f0/20) should come up.

from diagram u can understand the purpose.

The Traffic towards primary FW should be diverted to secondary without any issues.

Tried :

1.Ether channel - won't work as both interfaces are of different criteria(trust and untrust)

2.flex links - this can be used to bring up these ports idvidulay but the grouping can not be done.

3. Policy based routing. - same issue here this can be used to bring up a route but the second interface won't come up.

Clarification required : Can we group these interfaces in any way and make them down if one of them them gone down ? by object traking or in any other way.

Ready to do the things in L2 and L3.

pls guide.

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Re: group int

pls help

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Re: group int


can you please tell us if you are trying to bring about failover of the firewalls ?

Are the firewalls in an active-standby mode ?

What firewall are u using ?

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Re: group int

netscreen fws..pls help

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