TSM interworking with USG6000s in hot standby out-of-path mode

This example describes the typical network and configuration method for TSM interworking in USG6000 hot standby bypass mode.
The networking requirements of this example are as follows:
All PCs in a company's sales department connect to core switches through access switches and then connect to the HQ through 1000 Mbit/s optical fiber leased lines. The core switches are hot standby. In normal conditions, core switch 1 forwards all traffic. If the switch fails, traffic is switched to core switch 2.
To secure the internal network, the company deploys the TSM system at the HQ to control the access of sales department PCs to the HQ network and uses NGFWs for access control.

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