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Will connection be temporarily disconnected while setting up HA on 2 SSG5's?

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If everything works as it should (I'm using the configuration steps from Juniper's knowledgebase), will I lose network connectivity (even for a couple seconds) during the process of setting up active/passive high availability on my 2 SSG5's?

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yes, you would see a blip on the network connectivity , a few seconds ,  when you set up the HA
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I didn't have a continual ping going on during the HA setup, but I did check our website right after I configured the HA  on my phone and it was up.
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