Cluster peer security using authentication passphrases
When creating a cluster peer relationship, a passphrase is used by the administrators of the two clusters to authenticate the relationship. This ensures that the cluster to which you send data is the cluster to which you intend to send data.
Modifying a cluster peer relationship
You can modify a cluster peer relationship if the name of the cluster you connected to, the logical interface you used, or the IP address you used when creating the cluster peer relationship changes. for example, the IP address of the cluster you used when creating the relationship changed.
Deleting a cluster peering relationship
You can delete a cluster peering relationship if the relationship is no longer needed. You must delete the cluster peering relationship from each of the clusters in the relationship.