RE: [fw-wiz] RE: PIX Version 6.1.3

From: Ahmed, Balal (
Date: 04/22/03

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    From: "Ahmed, Balal" <>
    To: "'Strydom, Willie'" <>, "''" <>
    Date: Tue, 22 Apr 2003 15:49:29 +0100

    You may have to reset the LAN based failover secret keys. From the
    documentation it seems the syntax is unchanged.

    -----Original Message-----
    From: Strydom, Willie []
    Sent: 22 April 2003 07:05
    To: ''
    Subject: RE: [fw-wiz] RE: PIX Version 6.1.3

    I sent it to two test boxen I use with LAN failover. (was 6.2.2)
    Rebooted them, and both came up as Primary. After about 3 hours over the
    phone, (our Lab is not on-site) downing one then the other and various
    configs I told the support guys to down the secondary box. I'll be going
    there this week with my hyperterm to see what's up.

    I see there is no command reference on it yet. I tried here..

    maybe LAN failover works differently on 6.3 than 6.2?


    -----Original Message-----
    From: Ahmed, Balal []
    Sent: 17 April 2003 11:21
    To: ''
    Subject: [fw-wiz] RE: PIX Version 6.1.3

    Sorry meant version 6.3.1

    -----Original Message-----
    From: Ahmed, Balal
    Sent: 17 April 2003 10:20
    Subject: PIX Version 6.1.3


    Cisco released 6.1.3 a few weeks ago. Has anyone had a chance to install it
    and test it out yet ?



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