is it possible to have a XS40 (4.0.2.x) and a XI52 (5.0.0.x) interface in the same standby peer group? From a technical an support point of view? Has anyone done this? The only requirement I've read is that they had to be in the same subnet. Thanks and greetings, Uli.
swlinn 100000E7QE1348 Posts
Re: Standby group2013-01-28T15:27:50ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.I'm not aware of any reason that you can't do this as long as the IPs are in the same subnet. However, I'm with Doyle on this. What is your use case? Given the capabilities of the XI-52 are greater than the XS-40, your services on the XI may not be portable to the XS, so you can't failover for those.
Re: Standby group2013-01-30T08:46:35ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
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We consider to do this for migrating to XI52 devices. When rebooting the "old" XS40 we switch the traffic to a "new" XI52 peer group member. If the wsp works we remove the XS40 interfaces from the standby groop.
Doyler86 2700040UFD91 Posts
Re: Standby group2013-02-25T08:26:46ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
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