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They can either be plugged in directly to your Sonic WALL TZ or NSA series firewalls.

Upgrades the Dell Sonic WALL NSA 2400 / NSA 2600 to support Active/Passive with Statesync for seamless failover between two NSA 2400 / NSA 2600 appliance The original version of Sonic OS Enhanced provided a basic High Availability feature where a Backup firewall assumes the interface IP addresses of the configured interfaces when the Primary unit fails.

Upon failover, layer 2 broadcasts are issued (ARP) to inform the network that the IP addresses are now owned by the Backup unit.

What I’m going to show you are the quick steps to get one up and running so you can see how easily these devices can be configured in your existing network.

Power Injector Take a straight-through Cat5 cable and plug it into the “Data In” port, and plug the other end into a spare port on your firewall. Once done, you’ll get a solid green light for your LED Port.

They can either be plugged in directly to your Sonic WALL TZ or NSA series firewalls.

Upgrades the Dell Sonic WALL NSA 2400 / NSA 2600 to support Active/Passive with Statesync for seamless failover between two NSA 2400 / NSA 2600 appliance The original version of Sonic OS Enhanced provided a basic High Availability feature where a Backup firewall assumes the interface IP addresses of the configured interfaces when the Primary unit fails.

Upon failover, layer 2 broadcasts are issued (ARP) to inform the network that the IP addresses are now owned by the Backup unit.

What I’m going to show you are the quick steps to get one up and running so you can see how easily these devices can be configured in your existing network.

Power Injector Take a straight-through Cat5 cable and plug it into the “Data In” port, and plug the other end into a spare port on your firewall. Once done, you’ll get a solid green light for your LED Port.

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