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VM-100 live environment cluster deployment

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Hi All,

 

I have a single VM-100 running with all the rules and active users.

I'm going to deploy 2nd VM-100 to build a cluster.

I wonder if there any impact can be expected during cluster deployment.

 

Kind regards,

Paul

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Thank you for posting question @PZemtsov

 

By cluster do you mean active/standby or active/active failover pair? If yes, then there is no impact/disruption while building failover pair. There could still be an outage in the case of misconfiguration or mis-operation. For example if there is an failover to the other VM where interface mapping is misconfigured.

After you complete the HA configuration, I would recommend to make a failover test that would just in case tolerate downtime.

 

If you mean clustering function introduced in PAN-OS 10, then lowest spec VM supporting this feature is VM-300.

 

Kind Regards

Pavel

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Thank you for posting question @PZemtsov

 

By cluster do you mean active/standby or active/active failover pair? If yes, then there is no impact/disruption while building failover pair. There could still be an outage in the case of misconfiguration or mis-operation. For example if there is an failover to the other VM where interface mapping is misconfigured.

After you complete the HA configuration, I would recommend to make a failover test that would just in case tolerate downtime.

 

If you mean clustering function introduced in PAN-OS 10, then lowest spec VM supporting this feature is VM-300.

 

Kind Regards

Pavel

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