How quickly does the ProxySG appliance fail-to-wire in a physically-inline deployment?


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There are two main scenarios where the ProxySG appliance enters fail-over mode; each enter fail-over at different rates: 

System Power Loss: When a ProxySG appliance is configured to fail-open and all power is cut from the appliance (e.g. power outage or power cable removal), the built-in hardware relays should go immediately into fail-over mode.

System Hang: If the ProxySG appliance hangs instead of losing power, there might be a short delay (a maximum of 5 seconds) before the hardware bridge goes into fail-over mode. 

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InQuira Doc IdFAQ1561
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First Published      10/01/2014
Last Modified      10/01/2014
Last Published      10/01/2014
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Product      ProxySG 210, ProxySG 510, ProxySG 600, ProxySG 810, ProxySG 8100, ProxySG 900, ProxySG 9000
Article Number      000010857
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