22
Apr
09

Juniper Firewall.

We have High Availability configured firewall cluster in our environment.
For some reason, it was configured to use 10Mbit for the DMZ interface. Most may argue that 10Mb on DMZ where we do not host much service (other than Citrix) is more than adequate to match the need of the environment.

well firstly, I didnt know NSRP requires to change its “monitoring” interface.
and second, NSRP monitored interface had to be changed MANUALLY on both FW.

If you get error as system not in sync, check below and make sure monitor interface is identical on both.

http://kb.juniper.net/KB9817


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