We have HA cluster of two 401E's. For patch level upgrades our weekly
maintenance window is long enough to upgrade firmware via GUI,
desk-check the new config, run through the test suite, and revert by
booting to the secondary partition before the wi...
Just wondering if anyone has tried this and has words of warning, or
wisdom. Our requirement has been raised many times before, but I haven't
seen a solution for pre-v6.2. We're running 6.0.12 on a 501E cluster. We
want to force certain traffic to on...
gbagita wrote:rojekj wrote:Beware, as this release has a major bug in
SSL VPN. When uer is in multiple groups that grants different access in
SSL VPN, only the first group is working. For example:User x is in group
vpn_a, and vpn_b, group vpn_a grant...
We are installing a new HA pair of 501E's (v5.6) to replace some older
FG's, and we're adding a FAZ 400E (v6.0) to the mix. No FAZ installed
previously. I have one FAZ port on our mgmt VLAN and I can access it
fine. I plan to use a separate FAZ port ...
Just posting my results in case this applies to anyone else. As
predicted, I could not find a way to manipulate the partitions directly.
The brute force approach I outlined above did work though. We got an
extra long maintenance window so I tried thi...
I'm sure sdwan is supported. (Not arguing you should use it.) I used it
at home on my 60D and now 40F. You probably have to enable it. Look
under System > Feature visibility if on 6.4. I think it used to be
System > Advanced in earlier firmware. You'...
If you're planning to keep both WAN links and just start favouring the
new one, then consider combining your WAN links into SD-WAN. Then use
the load balancing option to favour one WAN link if that's how you want
to divide the traffic when both are u...
Yeah, I shouldn't have mentioned that idea. I don't think it'll work
either. That's why I'm not even bothering to try it on a standalone. But
if someone's proven us wrong I'd love to know about it. My objective is
to find the most efficient way to ma...
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