Tag Archives: cluster

Devil in the Defaults

Matt Schmitz/ October 3, 2017

Default settings are the worst. Every systems has them, and they’re great until they’re not. For whatever reasons in the past, my predecessors decided to purchase a bunch of bare-bones HP servers and install Check Point’s firewall software on them. The HP servers were significantly cheaper than buying Check Point’s branded appliances, but unfortunately they come with a different set

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SRX Basics: Redunancy Groups and Failover

Matt Schmitz/ July 18, 2017

In last weeks post, we took a look at how to set up a chassis cluster on a Juniper SRX Firewall. So now that we have a basic cluster setup – Let’s explore some of the additional options and configuration items. Redundant Ethernet Interfaces So first thing is first – Once you have a cluster configured, you’ll probably want to

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SRX Basics: Clustering

Matt Schmitz/ July 11, 2017

So you just unboxed a brand new pair of Juniper SRX firewalls – now what? Well, the first thing you’re likely going to want to do is get the two devices hooked up and clustered together. That should be pretty simple, right? Yeah, mostly – though there are a few variations between device models, and there are a few fine-print

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