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TCP connection failure port=18191 [error no. 10]

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Hello,

I have a setup with two gateways in a cluster. The management interfaces of the gateways and SMS are in the range of 62.112.170.x. They are running on R80.10. I added  a static NAT to an object in the 10.253.100.x range for the standby gateway, which would NAT the IP to IP address of management interface of standby server. I pushed the policy and after that for any policy I try to push, I get the error for tcp connection failure. I am not able to make any changes now since they cannot be applied to the standby gateway anymore. 

Any suggestions on how to solve this issue? 

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Re: TCP connection failure port=18191 [error no. 10]

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From the standby cluster member, do an fw unloadlocal.
This unloads the security policy on the device.
Then try pushing a corrected policy.

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Re: TCP connection failure port=18191 [error no. 10]

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From the standby cluster member, do an fw unloadlocal.
This unloads the security policy on the device.
Then try pushing a corrected policy.

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Re: TCP connection failure port=18191 [error no. 10]

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Thank you! I read a couple of threads that the command would reboot the gateway and ip forwarding would not work once the unloading of the policy happens. Should there be any such problems? It is a live environment, even though its a standby gateway. 

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Re: TCP connection failure port=18191 [error no. 10]

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Thanks!! It worked!

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