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Multi-vsys mismatches with peer

L1 Bithead

Hello guys,

 

I need to create additional virtual system on a 3020 cluster. Said that I have installed a regular multi-vsys license, I have enabled the multi-vsys capability (Device-Setup-General) on both devices.

Now on both of them the HA state (active-passive) is SUSPENDED with the "multi-vsys mismatches with peer" error.

But apart from enabling the capability I haven't done nothing else.

 

Any ideas?

 

The PanOS is 8.0.10.

 

Thanks!

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Have you tried rebooting or to make them functional from operational commands?

 

In my experience, when multi-vsys is enabled on an online HA pair this hapens every time - I suspect they suspend themselves due to the mismatch after the first is set to multi-vsys and don't automatically check again after the second is set.  Usually manually un-suspending them works for me.

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Cyber Elite
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Edit: what was written here was useless ...

Yes, I even tried a "commit force" on both just to be sure

 

 

Have you tried rebooting or to make them functional from operational commands?

 

In my experience, when multi-vsys is enabled on an online HA pair this hapens every time - I suspect they suspend themselves due to the mismatch after the first is set to multi-vsys and don't automatically check again after the second is set.  Usually manually un-suspending them works for me.

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Thanks Joe! It worked, it was really that simple. Strange behaviour..

 

Now I have create the new virtual system and associated the interfaces. I have another question.. 

 

I wish to use one single phisical interface as the outside interface for any virtual systems. How can I do that? Leave that to the first vsys and then point at that with the virtual routers on the other vsys?

 

Thank you so much 

@FabrizioPoggio

One vsys needs to be associated with one interface - or subinterface. But what you are actually searching (as I assume) is to use only one interface for all vsys without subinterfaces, right?

In this case, the shared gateway feature could be something for you:

https://www.paloaltonetworks.com/documentation/80/pan-os/pan-os/virtual-systems/shared-gateway

https://live.paloaltonetworks.com/t5/Configuration-Articles/How-to-Set-Up-Shared-Gateway-and-Inter-V...

https://www.paloaltonetworks.com/documentation/80/pan-os/pan-os/virtual-systems/configure-a-shared-g...

Thank you so much, remo

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