In some situations, it may be necessary to configure multiple default gateways on the PIX, either for load balance or for backup. However, the PIX does not support load balancing and always uses the first default gateway configured. If you try to configure an additional default gateway on the same interface, or a different interface, the PIX Command-Line Interface (CLI) rejects the command, unless you use a different metric. Even then, the PIX only utilizes the first default gateway.
Since the PIX does not support multiple default gateways, use the Hot Standby Routing Protocol (HSRP). Configure HSRP on the various default gateway devices, and have the PIX default gateway statement reference the single HSRP virtual IP address.
If you are just starting with Threat Response for the first time, use our quick start guides for Umbrella, Email Security, or Firepower. You can also check out our module configuration videos on YouTube and the in-product configuration details.
If you own AMP for Endpoints, you can manage users within the AMP dashboard. If you have other Cisco products, you can manage users at https://castle.amp.cisco.com/my/users.
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