Hello Nicolas, thanks for your feedback. I've had a look to the guide, but it seems that Clustering works well for vlan enforcement.
Does clustering fit well also for inline enforcement? Thanks Pasquale Il giorno lun 2 dic 2019 alle ore 12:03 Nicolas Quiniou-Briand via PacketFence-users <firstname.lastname@example.org> ha scritto: > Hello, > > On 29/11/2019 12:39, Pasquale Lo Bello via PacketFence-users wrote: > > Is there a guide for implementing PF in Inline Hot-Standby mode? I mean > > 2 PF machines that share the same inline interface but where one is the > > hot one and another is standby until the first fails someway. > > You could take a look at your Clustering Guide . Clustering in > PacketFence works as an active/active cluster, not active/passive. You > need at least 3 nodes. > >  https://packetfence.org/doc/PacketFence_Clustering_Guide.html > -- > Nicolas Quiniou-Briand > n...@inverse.ca :: +1.514.447.4918 *140 :: https://inverse.ca > Inverse inc. :: Leaders behind SOGo (https://sogo.nu), PacketFence > (https://packetfence.org) and Fingerbank (http://fingerbank.org) > > > _______________________________________________ > PacketFence-users mailing list > PacketFenceemail@example.com > https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/packetfence-users >
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