HA2 is a 40G interface, I don't believe you can use the AUX2 (1gig interface to take over the built in HA2).
However, I did that in the lab to use AUX1 instead of the built in HA1.
-- Followed admin guide and found that aux-1 interface needs to be assigned ip under tab Device > Setup > Interfaces > aux-1.
-- Added IP-Address, Default Gatgeway and allowed ping service.
-- Selected aux-1 under Device > High Availability > HA1. Commit is successful this time.
-- Also, guided how to check interface setting on CLI for aux-1 by running below CLI command,
> show interface aux-1
hope this helps,
I have configured HA active/passive using aux port successfully. Initially, I got an error as
" High-availability ha1 IP information will use interface IP information if port is 'aux-1. Please remove IP information from ha1(Module: ha_agent)
Error: HA1 Port is not configured
Error: ha configuration error"
Then I have enabled the AUX port and assigned IP address, subnet mask and default gateway (if required). As per the previous discussion.
Then I tried by removing IP from Control Link (HA1) and Control Link (HA1 Backup). Then I was able to commit successfully and verified the HA status, it seems to be properly synchronized. Since both Control Link (HA1) and Control Link (HA1 Backup) taken the IP information from the AUX port.
Thanks & Regards,
This trips up a lot of people that run the 5200 series firewalls, however as you've noticed you've found the proper configuration. When using the AUX ports you simply configure the IP information on the ports themselves, the HA information can be left blank as it'll use the information you suplied within the AUX setup.
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