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For questions about failover in a network aspect. For instance, if you have a stack of switches and you have problems with master/slave failover or a Firewall setup with multiple hot standby's where it doesn't failover correctly. Failover can also be used in relation to a network design.

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." --> Does this mean failover is working for you when g0/6 cable is plugged? … Please plug back the cable and run the commands show failover and show failover state I noticed that outside and inside interfaces on Standby ASA have No Link, this means the physical links for these …
answered Sep 2 '17 by Hung Tran
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Yes, you can confirm that. Once hold-time expires, the former feasible successor route immediately becomes the successor route and is installed in routing table. I do not think we have a log message …
answered Sep 25 '17 by Hung Tran
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To solve this issue, you need at least a L2 switch in between. If you would like to run dual ISPs, you can use another main/physical interface and terminate it on that L2 switch too, then separate L2 …
answered Mar 15 '18 by Hung Tran