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[EOL/EOE] Configuring an Active-Active NSRP Configuration Using NSM

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Article ID: KB4688 KB Last Updated: 18 Oct 2020Version: 8.0
Summary:

Note: A product listed in this article has either reached hardware End of Life (EOL) OR software End of Engineering (EOE).  Refer to End of Life Products & Milestones for the EOL, EOE, and End of Support (EOS) dates.


Configuring an Active-Active NSRP Configuration Using NSM

Symptoms:


 

Solution:

To configure an active-active NSRP configuration using NSM, perform the following steps:

Connect to NetScreen-Security Manager (NSM). For more information, go to Connecting to the NetScreen-Security Manager.

Expand Device Manager, and then click to select FW/VPN Devices.

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On the FW/VPN Device Tree tab, right-click the cluster you want to edit, and then click Edit.

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In the left pane, click to select Members.

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In the right pane, under VSD Definitions, click the New button.

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From the New Add VSD dialog box, in the New Add VSD text box, enter a value.

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Click OK.

In the left pane, expand Network, and then click to select Interface.

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In the right pane, right-click ethernet1, and then click Edit.

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From the right pane, in the IP Address and Netmask text boxes, enter an IP address and netmask.

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Click OK.

Repeat Step 9 through Step 11 for ethernet3 using a new IP address and netmask.

note:Below is an example of the configured interfaces.

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In the right pane, click to select ethernet1, click the New button, and then click VSI.

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From the right pane, in the Name drop-down menu, click to select ethernet1. In the Name text box, enter a value.

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In the IP Address and Netmask text boxes, enter an IP address and netmask.

In the right pane, click OK.

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Repeat Step 13 through Step 16 for ethernet3 using a new IP address and netmask.

In the left pane, click to select Members.

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Click to select the first member, and then click the Edit button.

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In the left pane, expand Monitoring, and then click to select Whole Box Monitoring.

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In the right pane, on the Monitor Interface tab, click the New button.

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From the Monitor Interface List dialog box, in the Monitor Interface List drop-down menu, click to select ethernet1.

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Click OK.

Repeat Step 21 through Step 23 for ethernet3.

In the right pane, click OK.

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In the right pane, click OK.

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Repeat Step 19 through Step 26 for the second member.

On the FW/VPN Device Tree tab, right-click the configured cluster, and then click Update Device.

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Modification History:
2020-10-18: Tagged article for EOL/EOE.
 
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