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The guide will walk an operator through setting up a typical high availability branch or headend router with non-redundant WAN interfaces and inband management using the 128T certified OTP (one touch provisioning) ISO. #4.2.0 #ISO #High Availability #4.2.0 #WAN ...
How-To Guide_ Setup a 4.2.x HA Non-Redundant WAN Inband Mgmt Router from Scratch.pdf
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Entitlement Monitoring Whitepaper 2017_v4.pdf
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128T NG-WAN Guide.pdf
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Highly Available 128T Session Smart Router in Public Cloud Providers_v5.pdf
In situations where physical ports are scarce or limited in number for whatever reason, management of the router can be achieved via one of the forwarding plane interfaces (either LAN or WAN). However, the need for HA sync between the two nodes still requires a dedicated physical connection....
How To Share One Physical Link for HA Sync and Inter-Node Fabric.pdf
This document describes the most common set of deployment models for taking two instances of 128T routing software (referred to as “nodes”) and combining those nodes into a single, highly available router. (Note: elsewhere, a router may also refer to a single, standalone node with no redundancy....