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factory default in HA

01.25.11   |  
‎01-25-2011 01:56 AM

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How to put SRX HA in factory default configuration

 

 

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Faizan
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Accepted by topic author ssuet
‎08-26-2015 01:27 AM

Re: factory default in HA

01.25.11   |  
‎01-25-2011 08:15 AM

You need to disable HA at the operational level and you also need to do a load factory default at the config level. Just loading a factory default config will not do it.

 

> set chassis cluster disable reboot

 

Then load your factory default config

 

# load factory default

# set system root-authentication plain-text-password

<enter pass>

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Re: factory default in HA

01.25.11   |  
‎01-25-2011 09:39 AM

It would be best to diasble the cluster from the primary node first....

--you will still need to perform some cleanup steps on the second node if you want to continue using it

 

Here are the steps and cmdline to complete the disable ...as Mutt suggested...

 

Set the devices into cluster mode ( or in your case remove the cluster) with the following command and reboot the devices. Again KEYNOTE --- this is an operational mode and not a configure mode command.

     > set chassis cluster cluster-id <0-15> node <0-1> reboot

For example:
SRX  device x:    >set chassis cluster cluster-id 1 node 0 reboot 
SRX  device y:    >set chassis cluster cluster-id 1 node 1 reboot

1  Cluster id will be the same on both devices, but the node id should be different as one device is node0 the    other device is node1

2  This command will need to be done on both devices (to setup the Cluster)

3  The range for the cluster-id is 0-15. Setting it to 0 is the equivalent of disabling cluster mode.

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