The problem here is that you need additional switches between your routers and your PANs for that to work out of the blue - specially for the case when the passive unit in HSRP is completely offline. When HSRP is enabled and both HSRP units works the passive unit will act as a L2-device and just forward the traffic to the current active unit who is the L3-device (if you also setup the vlans on the link between R1 and R2). So far so good... Your PAN2(active) will reach R1(active) through R2(passive) if you have connected them as PAN1 <-> R1, PAN2 <-> R2. However if R2 gets a hardware malfunction so its completely offline (and your PAN1 for some reason also failed) you will have a setup where PAN2(active) cannot reach R1(active). If im not mistaken you can setup the interfaces of your PAN so PAN1 have one cable to R1 and one to R2 but its the same network (PAN1 have just one ip who the R(1and2) will route to for networks behind the PAN). Unless there is some other method for this I think you can do this by setting the PAN interface into L2 mode and then in PAN setup a shared gateway which you bind to the two L2 interfaces. The shared gateway will be the ip which the routers will route to (and the same for the PAN itself, the shared gateway will then route to the ip of R and HSRP will take care of which of R1 and R2 will announce the ip).
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Hi, Now there is no way to filter file name. But you can create custom vul sig for the URL path including the filename. But please keep in mind that once you block the file by filename your users will normally try to change the filename to bypass the control which makes it useless. The 4.0.5 release notes should be downloadable and please try again. Regards, Jones
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