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Why is Cisco ASA5510 Active-Standby Failover occuring?

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My Cisco ASA5510 Active-Standby pair keep failing to the secondary.  If I force the Primary to become active, it will still failover to the secondary.  The secondary stays active until I force them to switch back. Any help appreciated, attached "Show Failover" outputs.
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From your log it is showing "Comm Failure" as the failover reason. Check your primary and make sure all cableing is good. Check the interface status on the primary to see if one is showing down. The primary is not seeing some network that it thinks it should be able to see.

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