set deviceconfig cluster
Advanced WildFire

set deviceconfig cluster

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set deviceconfig cluster


Configure Wildfire appliance cluster settings on the WildFire appliance. You can configure the cluster name, the interface used for cluster communication, and the mode (role) of the appliance in the cluster—controller or worker. On WildFire appliances that you configure as cluster controllers, you can add WildFire appliances to the cluster and set whether the controller provides DNS service on its management interface.

Hierarchy Location

set deviceconfig


cluster { cluster-name <name>; interface {eth2 | eth3}; mode { controller { service-advertisement dns-service enabled {no | yes}; worker-list {ip-address} } worker; } }


+ cluster-name
— Name the cluster. The name must be a valid domain name section.
+ interface
— Configure the interface to use for cluster communication. The cluster communication interface must be the same on all cluster members.
> mode
— Configure whether the WildFire appliance is a controller node or a worker node. For controller nodes, configure whether the controller provides DNS service on the management interface (
) and add worker nodes to the cluster (
). Each WildFire appliance cluster should have two controller nodes to provide high availability. You can add two controllers and up to 18 worker nodes to a cluster, for a maximum total of 20 nodes.

Sample Output

show deviceconfig cluster
cluster { cluster-name sid-6; interface eth2; mode { controller { worker-list {; } } } }

Required Privilege Level

superuser, deviceadmin

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