I currently have two M-Series and three S-Series. One M and one S are in a disaster recovery site. I need to have the configuration of the M-Series synchronized AND have the both M-Series able to configure all three S-Series.
In the new feature release I see the M-Series may have the Web Configuration performed after and initial import. Is this the best method to update the DR M-Series, with a backup from one of the S-Series?
Also, the S-Series may only have one M-Series managing it. The C-Series has a new feature "redundancy" allowing a back-up M-Series. Is this feature being implemented in the S-Series? What happens if I add the S-Series as a managed appliance in the backup M-Series? I can't get to my DR network yet, so I can't just try it.
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NAT-T works. Background: ESP encrypts all critical information,
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