which device will be active when sglondon_1 is back up and running? Why?

In the following cluster configuration; if you reboot sglondon_1 which device will be active when
sglondon_1 is back up and running? Why?

sglondon_1 because it the first configured object with the lowest IP.

sglondon_2 because sglondon_1 has highest IP.

sglondon_1, because it is up again, sglondon_2 took over during reboot.

sglondon_2 because it has highest priority.

21 Comments on “which device will be active when sglondon_1 is back up and running? Why?

  1. h3r3tic says:

    The graphic should show the cluster members listing in the cluster object, the first listed is the highest priority member. The listing must go:


    Also – the setting to maintain highest priority member must be configured. Other possibilities are to maintain current member.

    1. Chris says:

      I passed during the last week. in my exam, i got this question. there was no Image or anything like “following configuration” it was exactly like above.

      I guess this is not needed as three of the answers do not make sense anyways. sort of “this is not how it works in General”

      i think the question can also be read as “how is the next-active member Chosen if the currently-active member fails”

      i think priority is correct. not sure if there is any lowest/highest IP check in the decision

    1. nand says:

      Hi Brad,
      I have been working on checkpoint R75 products but i want to know what are the tricky asked about New Gaia R77 version.


  2. Imran says:

    Answer is D

    The Security Gateway with the highest available priority becomes the new master. The range of valid values 1 to 254. The default setting is 100.

    Note – If the effective priority for the current master and backup are the same, the gateway with the highest IP address becomes the master.

    Upon the recovery of a member with a higher priority, the role of the active member may or may not be switched back to that member, depending on the user configuration i-e
    Maintain Current Active Security Gateway
    Switch to Higher Priority Security Gateway

  3. Catalin says:

    I passed today with 93/100 in Bucharest/Romania (total of 89 questions).

    There were 7-8 new questions that are not on this site, some of them from two new topics I did not see here, Threat Prevention (2 questions) and IPS(2 questions).

    For all the questions I had to choose one correct answer out of 4 (four) options. NO command writing questions.

    All the best for everybody!

  4. cpconfig says:


    Can you please share some info for the new questions you faced on the exam…Threat Prevention & IPS or other as well?


  5. Mahdi says:

    Hi, Catalin and “cpconfig”,

    Can you share any good information, I am trying to write my exam after 10 days. send me mdf_86 at Hotmail.com.

  6. Andrey Padalko says:

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    Around 10-15 new questions (IPS, Threat Prevention FW Monitor, VPN Tunnel Sharing, GAiA…etc.).

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  7. Jose says:

    My collegue just passed the exame last friday. No fill in blanc questions! Almost all questions on Saddie dump.

  8. dota2forever says:


    i passed the exam this week. 80-90% of questions were exactlly the same as here in this dump. I had few questions about IPS but they were easy.

    Good luck.

  9. teo says:

    Hi Guys,
    are enough google dumps on PL?
    Ore is better buy the complete one?
    Because there are a lot of different question.. (around 628 of PL-Free vs 752 of PL)


  10. Alex says:

    Guys, has anyone taken this exam recently? 156-315.77 or 156-315.80? What’s with the 2 sections on this site ‘156-315.77’ and ‘156-315.77(v.1)’?

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