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For questions about the Cisco proprietary protocol called Host Standby Router Protocol (HSRP). For instance, if you have any configuration issues or problems setting up HSRP.

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Standby router is not found although HSRP is working properly. Why?

I implemented HSRP in a project in packet tracer. Although HSRP is working properly show standby brief gives the following output. What is strange, that If the first router is enabled DHCP stops ...
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HSRP and DHCP problem

I have 2 layer 3 switches DS1 and DS2. There are the same VLANs but different IP addresses on VLAN interfaces. On DS1: VLAN 10: 192.168.10.1/24 VLAN 20: 192.168.20.1/24 On DS2: VLAN 10: 192.168.10.2/...
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HSRP does not work on two switches. Cisco

The problem is this: clients receive IP addresses from the L31 DHCP server, but they cannot ping the gateway, although HSRP seems to be working, there are no problems, I suspect that this is a bug in ...
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HSRP on Distribution Layer L3 Switches

I'm trying to configure HSRP on 2 L3 distribution layer switches and I'm confused as to what best practice is. I'm using Cisco's high availability campus guidelines and this is the topology I'm ...
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Configuring HSRP on multiple L3 devices

I am currently doing an enterprise campus network which consist of Three Tier hierarchy and a simple MPLS design. Currently, I'm stucked at HSRP configuration on the Core Layer to the Edge Router. ...
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HSRP switching active state but destination is unreachable

I've been working on a this network where I have 2 routers, Main router and failover router. both routers are connected to the main switch via fa0/0 which is divided into 3 sub interfaces, fa0/0.10, ...
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Will 2 redundant Routers configured with HSRP consume 3 IP Adresses in each Subnet?

The Problem occured while studying for my exams Problem: I have to design a Network for a Company. The given IP Adress Space is 192.168.1.0/24 which has to be divided into 4 Subnets. These Subnets ...
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HSRP on multilayer switch not working

I have this network topology in Packet Tracer, and i wanted to implement HSRP on both of the multilayer switches. So what i made here is the switch on the left, both the laptop and the server are on ...
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Can't Ping VRRP virtual IP on Cisco XRv device

I have two XRv routers I am running in GNS3 setup so I can ping their regular interfaces, but when I configure VRRP I can't ping the VRRP virtual IP (except from the Router currently acting as active)....
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IP SLA VS tracking IP-route reachability for HSRP

I have two Cisco switches A and B, which I want to use HSRP to track if route to specific IP still works, but according to my understand it could be either IP SLA or tracking IP-Route Reachability ...
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Migrate from Cisco HSRP gateway to Juniper VRRP Gateway

We have a pair of Cisco Nexus 3548 switches setup with HSRP acting as the network gateway for each of our network segments in a datacenter/VMware environment. We wish to replace the Cisco Nexus ...
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Redundant routers (HSRP, GLBP, ... ) with single T1 circuit

I have two sites connected by a T1 circuit. Currenlty I have only a single router on both ends, but I would like to add redundantcy, HSRP, GLBP, or simular in case a router fails (see picture). Is ...
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Is it possible to make a truly active\active L3 VRRP\HSRP configuration between two Nexus in a vPC

I'm an admin that is used to working with older Cisco gear, the Catalyst 6500 and the like. This is my first time diving into the world of nxOS. I'm trying to create a truly active\active ...
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High availability confiugration in Cisco 4331 routers

I need to configure high availability for 2 Cisco 4331 routers. First i was planning to configure using HSRP but later i realized there is another way around called as "stateful Interchasis Redundancy"...
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HSRP - How do I know the hostname of the standby router

How do I know the hostname of the standby router if I don't have a topology drawing? ''' Vlan190 - Group 0 State is Active 2 state changes, last state change 1w5d Virtual IP address is 172....
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Aruba 2930M: single-switch VRRP config with ISP HSRP

This is my first attempt at a VRRP config, so be gentle! And I know this isn't an ideal redundant environment, but it's what I need to work with. In this environment the redundant connectivity is ...
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HSRP packet query (interface state TLV)

I am trying to understand the inner workings of HSRP. During a failover, on Wireshark I see "Interface State TLV". I get what is happening in the "Group State TLV", but during the interface state ...
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Can a router be part of multiple HSRP groups?

Because we configure HSRP on interface level, is that possible?
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How exactly does a router get elected as an Active router in HSRP?

I know the overview of HSRP and that election depends on priority. I also know that only active and standby routers send hello messages every 3 seconds. But when the routers are first configured with ...
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IPSec tunnel between 2 LANs using HSRP in each side

This is my first post here, so tell me if there's something I'm doing wrong. I'm currently working with another IT student on our end of degree project and we're building our network in PT. Our ...
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High Availability for ISR 4431 IPSec VPNs

I have the following lab setup in GNS3. R1 & R2 are VPN endpoint at my datacenters and R3 is simulating a remote site. What i'm trying to accomplish is having one tunnel from R3 to the ...
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HSRP limitations on Catalyst 3560

I have read all of the documentation so many times that I put myself into a headspin. Now the sentences I read don't make any sense. What exactly is the HSRP limitation on Cisco Catalyst 3560 ...
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hsrp on both side of router

i tried to create a simple network topology to test the Hot standby router protocol gateway for "server2" and "server3", and the architecture is shown in the figure below. i would like to clarify ...
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HSRP IPv6 configuration

Looking at the Cisco documentation for HSRP IPv6 configuration I noticed the use of 'standby 1 ipv6 autoconfig'. interface FastEthernet0/0 no ip address duplex auto speed auto ipv6 address 2020:...
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Multiple HSRP group on same VLAN interface

I have Cisco Nexus 9k switch and following is my HSRP configured with vPC interface Vlan100 description *** Public_1 VLAN *** no shutdown mtu 9216 no autostate no ip redirects ip address ...
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How to change HSRP version 1 to 2 without downtime?

We have running HSRP in production but its running on version 1 now i want to change it to version 2 so is there a way to do without any downtime or disturb live traffic?
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vPC with HSRP strange arp issue

I have following scenario with vPC and HSRP (version 1) configuration. I am seeing very strange issue, my host configured for bond + vlan and my bonding mode is active-backup, I have only VLAN 100 ...
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Even ips pinging but odd ips not pinging

We have following network, and i have multiple host connected to TOR switches configured with public IPs. We have HSRP running on vPC switches. interface Vlan100 description *** Public VLAN *** ...
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How to resolve a spanning tree issue on a server trunk port?

I am having a very strange spanning-tree issue with Cisco Nexus switches. My server is connected to the TOR switch with trunk configuration because we have multiple VLANs on the server. When I reboot ...
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Does VRRP or HSRP work with 2 different upstream ISPs?

We setup two Cisco ASRs as edge routers, each with a connection to a unique upstream ISP. Both routers are advertising the same IPv4 /24 prefix to their ISP via BGP, and both are connected to the same ...
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HSRP works just for one out of three VLANs

I have two L3-Switches performing HSRP for 3 VLANs (64,65,66). When looking at the output of the "show standby brief" command, I can see that both switches have formed a virtual router just for one ...
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Connecting an SRX chassis cluster to redundant upstream WAN links

I've been tasked with migrating some Juniper SSG 140's in an active/passive cluster to an SRX 340 cluster. I'm very familiar with ScreenOS, but am still learning JunOS. Currently, we're connected to ...
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Performing HSRP for routers

On the right side you can see 2 multilayer switches. With those two switches I want to enable HSRP for each WAN router. What has to be done in order to accomplish this? and why? [
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How do routers with equal standby-group find each other?

Shure, they have to be connected directly do each other, but in configuration you just configure for which interface the virtual router should exist.
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Configuring HSRPv2 (Dual Stack - IPv4 and IPv6)

I want to configure HSRPv2 dual stack on my core-switches. Information: Access1 is in VLAN 64, Acess2 in VLAN 65 and Access 3 in VLAN 66 I have configured SVIs for each VLAN (IPv4 and IPv6). in the ...
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HSRP - 2 separate Virtual Router for Distribution and WAN?

I've got 2 Core-Multilayer-Switches connected with each other with two cables (trunks). They are also connected with the distribution-switches (and each switch is connected with both core-switches). ...
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Converting HSRP to GLBP with 2 ISP

In this lap, I configured HSRP to make the R2 is backup of R1, but I want to change HSRP to GLBR that is using load balance that is meaning R1 and R2 will operate in the same time with 2 lines (...
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HSRP Tracking an Ip

In this lap, I can edit configuration on R1 and R2 only. I configured HSRP protocol in both 2 routers in e0/0. where R1 has priority 150 and another router (R2) has priority 100. and made a track 1 ...
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Breaking a stack switches (with SVIs as gateway) - using HSRP

I have a stack of 2x 3850 L3 Cisco switches. This stack has multiple SVIs created for several VLANs and is use mainly for distribution (inter-vlan routing). The problem with the stack is that I can't ...
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HSRP vs VRRP interface tracking

Was reading a Cisco presentation and there was that VRRP does not have a native interface tracking mechanism but it does have the ability to track objects. Such objects include also uplink statuses of ...
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VRRP vs HSRP for load sharing

Do both VRRP and HSRP support load sharing across more than one virtual routers based on the grop number ? In using VLAN's does the group number (in load balancing) will remain same in case of both ...
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WAN project requirements increasing

Okay so I was contracted to provide to design a new WAN topology for quite a large company in my country and designed them a fairly standard IPSec over DMVPN type design. So you can see the above ...
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change around 100 hsrp groups priority

i am planning to switch hsrp status from standby to active for around 100 vlan interfaces. The problem is that the group numbers are not matching the interface vlan number. for example there is int ...
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Router Ethernet port ip no accessible from clients

I have this setup with a hybrid of equipment's from Cisco and Ubiquiti Edge routers and Vyos. My Cisco Nexus configured with HSRP with all the SVI's on 192.168.1.243 as the active on HSRP and SVI's ...
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Possible reasons for both VRRP and HSRP on same router

I'm reviewing the configuration of a pair of pair routers. Each pair of routers has a satellite link between them (which is also redundant). They are in use - One pair has HSRP configured for all ...
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HSRP on switch interfaces

As part of my internship/thesis, I am looking to implement HSRP in a network. The network has 2 separate locations that are connected with a fibre cable (layer 3 to layer 3). Each layer 3 (Cisco ...
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Cisco HSRP CAM vs ARP timeout

Today we received email from our ISP saying they are performing maintenance on their network so if you have HSRP connectivity with them in that case you need to clear ARP table or reduce ARP timeout ...
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Regarding traffic blackholing in case of vpc and hsrp

From the cisco docs i have: "vPC and HSRP/VRRP Object Tracking As Figure 67 suggests, it’s important not to use HSRP/VRRP link tracking in a vPC configuration. Assume HSRP/VRRP object tracking is ...
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HSRP Issue Both sides are active ( Layer 3 4300 X serires)

Why does HSRP shows both sides are active HSRP? Could you please give me details answer? First router: **Vlan111 - Group 6** State is Active 5 state changes, last state change 2w4d Virtual ...
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Can I connect the two routers back to back to use HSRP? Please suggest

Current network is like - MSP network--> Cisco 4431--> ASA--> N7k--> LAN. I'm adding one more router and one more ASA in the network, Do I really need to add L2 switch to connect routers LAN side and ...
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