Running Commands on a Standby ASA from the Active

I was exploring commands on the ASA a while back and discovered that you can run commands on the standby unit from the active.  It’s a bit weird, though, since you actually run the commands from config mode.

As an example, if you want to do a show interface OUTSIDE on the standby unit to see what the status is, you would do this.

Pretty handy when you want to know information about the other firewall without having to log into that sucker (and getting confused by the same prompts and reloading the wrong mate).

Send any misplaced commands questions my way.

Aaron Conaway

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