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FAQ-Does a Long Preemption Delay for the Active Firewall Affect the Failure Response Speed

Publication Date:  2015-06-30 Views:  266 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
Does a Long Preemption Delay for the Active Firewall Affect the Failure Response Speed?
Solution
No. When the active firewall fails, services are immediately switched to the standby firewall. After the original active firewall recovers, it must wait for the preemption delay before preempting During the process, the standby firewall is working. Therefore, the long preemption delay of the active firewall does not affect the failure response speed.

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