Redundant DMZ switch configuration

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I've live DMZ switch (c3750) in production. I'm required to configure redundant DMZ switch (c3750). What precutions do I need to take. To give a bit more information the current DMZ switch is connected to the Primary PIX and Secondary PIX. Number of DMZ servers are of course connected to the swicth. What configuration should I have on the redundant switch. Your help is highly appreciated. Faris

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You should just copy the config from the original DMZ switch, and set the port configurations to how they need to be.

The only thing to watch out for is the uplink connection. Make sure you are load balancing the trunk ports if you need more than one uplink. The ideal solution would have both DMZ switches getting uplinks from the same source; not the second switch feeding off the other.

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