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Tip: Connecting to the secondary node from the primary node on an SRX cluster

‎11-16-2010 11:26 PM

 

There may be instances where due to some connectivity issues, you are unable to remotely login into the secondary node on an SRX cluster.

In the absence of a console connection to the secondary, it is still possible to log into the secondary node from the primary node and run CLI commands without having to dispatch a technician to the site. Smiley Happy

 

On the branch SRX devices, this can be achieved by the command:

 

{primary:node0}

lab@host-At> request routing-engine login node 1

 

--- JUNOS 10.1R3.7 built 2010-011-10 04:15:10 UTC

{secondary:node1}

lab@host-B>

 

On the high-end SRX devices, you will need to be in the shell and run the following command:

 

root@host-A% rlogin -T node1

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Re: Tip: Connecting to the secondary node from the primary node on an SRX cluster

‎11-17-2010 12:33 AM

Thats a helpful tip. I use that one all the time.

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Re: Tip: Connecting to the secondary node from the primary node on an SRX cluster

‎03-19-2013 04:25 AM

Thanks so much. The tips are very helpful.

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Re: Tip: Connecting to the secondary node from the primary node on an SRX cluster

‎04-29-2014 05:47 AM

Very Useful and Important 🙂

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