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Disabling a Chassis Cluster

 

If you want to operate the SRX Series device back as a standalone device or to remove a node from a chassis cluster, you must disable the chassis cluster.

To disable chassis cluster, enter the following command:

{primary:node1}
user@host> set chassis cluster disable reboot

After the system reboots, the chassis cluster is disabled.

Note

After the chassis cluster is disabled using this CLI command, you do not have a similar CLI option to enable it back.

You can also use the below CLI commands to disable chassis cluster:

  • To disable cluster on node 0:

    user@host> set chassis cluster cluster-id 0 node 0 reboot
  • To disable cluster on node 1:

    user@host> set chassis cluster cluster-id 0 node 1 reboot
    Note

    Setting cluster-id to zero disables clustering on a device.