How to replace a Cisco ESA that is part of a centralized management cluster

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Nov 5, 2012 1:33 PM
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This video explains the process of replacing a Cisco Email Security appliance that is part of a centralized management cluster.

Original Authors: Donny Lee (APAC)

Jerry Orona (SB-US)

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chsmith3 Mon, 11/05/2012 - 13:42

This video explains the process of replacing a Cisco Email Security appliance that is part of a centralized management cluster. 

Specifics covered include removing the failed appliance from the existing centralized management cluster. Saving and exporting the configuration file from the failed appliance using the GUI. Importing/loading the configuration file to the new replacement appliance using the GUI. Using the CLI to check the status of connectivity of the new appliance to the existing centralized managment cluster.

00:00--00:20 Intro and description

00:21--00:40 Pre-requisits, Requirements

00:41--00:58 Using the version command to verify version on both appliances

00:59--01:16 Using the "Clusterconfig" command and "removemachine" commands

01:17--01:36 Save and export the configuration file from old appliance/ensure removal

01:37--02:37 Using the GUI to Save the configuration file from the OLD appliance.

02:38--04:11 Loading/Restoring the config file on the replacement appliance.

0412:--05:02 Adding the new replacement appliance to the existing CMS Cluster

05:03--05:50 Using the connstatus command to verify cluster connectivity.

05:51---6:06 Closing

Notes: This video assumes that you have connectivity to the replacement applinace so that  you may access the GUI.

Original Authors: Donny Lee (APAC)

                         Jerry Orona (SB-US)

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