I was looking for a way (if any) to put a couple of FTD in HA mode in inline mode for analysing 802.1q traffic.
For non-tagged traffic we normally play with the VLAN IDs to force the traffic in the switch to go through the appliances by using two different VLAN id on each zone respectively, however in this situation the traffic arriving to the switch where the FTD appliances are connected is already tagged and I don't see the way to force it going through the appliances since we cannot change the VLANs.
What are the options here? Keep the appliances in passive mode receiving a copy of the traffic from a SPAN session?
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