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WatchGuard X750e Active/Active cluster

WatchGuard X750e Active/Active cluster

WatchGuard X750e Active/Active cluster

Hi There,

I need some help in configuring Active/Active cluster on X750e. In the documentation they have mentioned about adding static MAC and ARP entries of the multicast Mac address of fire cluster.since this is Active/Active cluster there will two internal/external interfaces one from each firewall that will be connecting to the switch so my concern is when I am adding static multicast mac address entry on the switch should I mention both the switchports.

for instance In Active/Active Cluster internal interface from each firewall is connected to switchports gi1/0/1 and gi1/0/2.so should I issue following command twice on the switch.

mac-address-table static 0100.5e00.7102 vlan 1 interface gi1/0/1

mac-address-table static 0100.5e00.7102 vlan 1 interface gi1/0/2

Any Help will be highly appreciated.


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