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ASA cluster IFC failure

Hi, Team

we had an issue with the ASA failover 

the one should show standby , but it show failed

State Last Failure Reason Date/Time
This host - Secondary
Active None
Other host - Primary
Failed Ifc Failure 
inside: Failed

could you help to undertand what is the IFC failure? I check the inside interface ,  all clear . also , I checked the switch side L2 status , all clear as well

thanks for your help!

regards

Daniel

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Cisco Employee

Hi Daniel-

Hi Daniel-

Can you please post the output from the following commands:

show failover

show failover history

show failover state

Also, can you check the inside interfaces on both units and make sure that they are in the same VLAN, same duplex, speed, etc. 

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Cisco Employee

Fantastic! Glad that you were

Fantastic! Glad that you were able to resolve your own issue! :)

Now, since your issue is resolved, you should mark the thread as "answered" :)

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Cisco Employee

Hi Daniel-

Hi Daniel-

Can you please post the output from the following commands:

show failover

show failover history

show failover state

Also, can you check the inside interfaces on both units and make sure that they are in the same VLAN, same duplex, speed, etc. 

Thank you for rating helpful posts!

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Beginner

Thanks , Neno.

Thanks , Neno.

there are some other L2 inline devices which cause this issue.

we will fix that , but still thanks for your kindly help !

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Cisco Employee

Fantastic! Glad that you were

Fantastic! Glad that you were able to resolve your own issue! :)

Now, since your issue is resolved, you should mark the thread as "answered" :)

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Beginner

ya , you got me :)

ya , you got me :)

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Beginner

Re: Hi Daniel-

Hi,
Is it possible that interface input errors can cause the "Standby Ready Ifc Failure" for certain interfaces?
I am facing the same issue, during the peak hours 3 interface monitoring fail and then I have to remove them manually from the active FW with the command "no monitor-interface XXXXX". I have doubt that input errors on the Active firewall are causing this problem.
Please advise.

Regards.