Configure Chassis Cluster
You are here: Configure > Device Settings > Cluster Configuration.
Use this page to add, edit, or delete chassis cluster configuration.
Starting in Junos OS Release 20.1R1, J-Web SRX380 devices. You can configure chassis cluster on the SRX380 devices.
Table 1: Fields on the Node Settings Page
Displays the node ID.
Displays the cluster ID configured for the node.
Displays the name of the node.
Displays the IP address used while booting.
Displays the management interface of the node.
Displays the management IP address of the node.
Displays the state of the redundancy group.
Table 2: Fields on the Edit Node Settings Page
Enter the name of the host.
Enter the backup router address to be used during failover.
Enter the destination IP address.
Click + to add the destination IP address or select an existing IP address and click X to delete it.
Select an interface available for the router from the list.
Note: You can add and edit two interfaces for each fabric link.
Enter the interface IP address.
Click + to add the interface.
Select one ore more existing interfaces and click X to delete it.
Table 3: Fields on the HA Cluster Settings Page
To configure the global settings:
Displays the physical interface name.
Member Interfaces/IP Address
Displays the member interface name or IP address configured for an interface.
Displays the redundancy group.
To add a HA cluster interface:
Select an interface and click the pencil icon at the upper right side of the Interfaces table.
The Edit HA Cluster Interface window appears with editable fields. Once you complete the your edits, click OK to save the changes.
Select the existing interfaces and click the delete icon at the upper right side of the Interfaces table.
Click OK to delete.
Displays the redundancy group identification number.
Displays the selected Preempt option.
Gratuitous ARP Count
Displays the number of gratuitous ARP requests that a newly elected primary device in a chassis cluster sends out to announce its presence to the other network devices.
Displays the assigned priority for the redundancy group on that node. The eligible node with the highest priority is elected as primary for the redundant group.
To add a redundancy group:
Select a group and click the pencil icon at the upper right side of the Redundancy Group table.
The Edit Redundancy Group window appears with editable fields. Once you complete the your edits, click OK to save the changes.
Select the existing interfaces and click the delete icon at the upper right side of the Redundancy Group table.
Click OK to delete.