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Configure HA1/HA2 command line

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Need to configure the following in CLI:

Control Link (HA1)

Port ha1-a

 

Control Link (HA1 Backup)
Port ha1-b
 
Data Link (HA2)
Port ethernet1/1
 
Data Link (HA2 Backup)
Port ethernet1/2
 
Any insight would be appreciated.
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Sorry, that didn't work.

admin# delete network virtual-wire "Default VWire"

No object to delete in delete handler

@MP18 @rmfalconer 

I do appreciate all that help.

admin> show virtual-wire all

total virtual-wire shown : 1
flags : m - multicast firewalling
p - link state pass-through
s - vlan sub-interface
i - ip+vlan sub-interface
t - tenant sub-interface

name interface1 interface2 flags allowed-tags
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
default-vwire ethernet1/1 ethernet1/2 p

 

I did that before, so I know I have the name correct, but nothing will seem to let me delete this thing:

admin# delete network virtual-wire

Invalid syntax.
[edit]
admin# delete network virtual-wire
<name> <name>

admin# delete network virtual-wire default-vwire

No object to delete in delete handler

[edit]
admin# delete network virtual-wire "default-vwire"

No object to delete in delete handler

[edit]

whats the output of this command 

# delete network virtual-wire ?
<name> <name>

 

Just to confirm seems it is empty right?

Also you have super user right on the PA need to confirm that?

 

MP

@MP18 

I'm logged on a super.

admin# delete network virtual-wire

Invalid syntax.
[edit]

 

That's what I get with that.  It should be, as i walk my way through the commands with a ? to see the options:

admin# delete network virtual-wire default-vwire

But this is the result of that:

No object to delete in delete handler

 

I know there is one because of this though:

admin> show virtual-wire all

total virtual-wire shown : 1
flags : m - multicast firewalling
p - link state pass-through
s - vlan sub-interface
i - ip+vlan sub-interface
t - tenant sub-interface

name interface1 interface2 flags allowed-tags
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
default-vwire ethernet1/1 ethernet1/2 p

 

So, I don't get it.  I'm clearly missing something here.

The guide said to do this:

Step 3 (Optional) The firewall comes preconfigured with a default virtual wire interface between ports Ethernet 1/1
and Ethernet 1/2 (and a corresponding default security policy and zones). If you do not plan to use this virtual wire configuration, you must manually delete the configuration to prevent it from interfering with other interface settings you define.


You must delete the configuration in the following order:
1. To delete the default security policy, select Policies >
Security, select the rule, and click Delete.
2. To delete the default virtual wire, select Network > Virtual
Wires, select the virtual wire and click Delete.
3. To delete the default trust and untrust zones, select Network
> Zones, select each zone and click Delete.

 

Although I had to do step three before step two - and then it worked.

@MrWonderful 

 

I tested this on my PA 3020 Runnin 8.1.5 I created zones, policies and vwire.

I was able to delete the vwire name  default-vwire first.

 

So in my test order of deletion does not matter.

Regards

 

 

MP

Hi @MrWonderful ,

 

I want to go a step back, what device module are you deploying? 

Is it physical device or it is virtual one?

@MP18 Were you able to do that via the command line?  I couldn't get it to delete for love or money on the CLI.

 

It's a bit moot now as I was able to finally get in on the Network.

 

I appreciate all your help though!

@MrWonderful 

 

Yes i was able to do it via CLI.

No issues for me.

 

Regards

 

MP

@Astardzhiev It's a physical device.  But it's kind of moot now as I'm up and running.  Well, past that issue anyways.  Thanks for your time.

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