Re: i Re: Anyone knows how does MAG4610 work with MAG4611?
I am not so sure exactly what you are asking about since you did not say cluster. But I would assume you are talking about clustering because they all can operate independently in the same environvent and use the same licensing server similar to having SRX100 to 5600 in the same environment. However assuming you are asking about clustering, then the short answer is no. The supported scenarios is that the platforms have to be the same Hardware platforms and OS versions.
1. MAG2600 gateways can be clustered in a pair. 2. MAG4610 gateways can be clustered in a pair. 3. For MAG6610 gateways, you may cluster two service modules in a pair (assuming any two MAG-SM160 or MAG-SM360 service modules are installed in the chassis). 4. For MAG6611 gateways, you may cluster two service modules in a pair, either using the MAG-SM160 or MAG-SM360. To cluster three or four service modules will require all MAG-SM360 service modules in the chasis.
Requirements and Limitations
You must follow these considerations when deploying a cluster:
**Cluster members must run the same software version.** **Cluster members must use the same hardware platform.** State synchronization must occur only through the internal Network Interface Card (NIC). Ensure the cluster communication and resource access must take place over an internal network. You can deploy active/active or active/passive clustering only within the same IP subnet