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Cisco Employee

Polling interval for PAN auto failover

Can anyone help me determine the configurable range for the polling interval for PAN auto failover?  The ISE 2.1 Admin Guide includes the following steps:

Step 6    Provide the  Polling Interval time after which the Administration node status will be checked . 
Step 7   

Provide the count for  Number of Failure Polls before Failover. 

Cisco Identity Services Engine Administrator Guide, Release 2.1 - Set Up Cisco ISE in a Distributed Environment [Cisco …

However, I am unable to determine what the options are for this setting.  Does anyone know the answer to this offhand, or perhaps have a multiple-PAN deployment available to check?

Thanks!

--Daniel

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Cisco Employee

Re: Polling interval for PAN auto failover

Daniel, the ISE 2.1 GUI appears to have the range for both Polling Interval and the count it is just not written into the documentation:

This is from our ISE Alpha deployment in San Jose.

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Cisco Employee

Re: Polling interval for PAN auto failover

Thank you for bringing this to our attention, Daniel.

I will find out and get back to you and alert the docs team for the needed details.

Cisco Employee

Re: Polling interval for PAN auto failover

Daniel, the ISE 2.1 GUI appears to have the range for both Polling Interval and the count it is just not written into the documentation:

This is from our ISE Alpha deployment in San Jose.

View solution in original post