• Advertisement

HSRP

Static, RIP, EIGRP, OSPF, BGP, IBGP, IS-IS and any other routing.

Re:HSRP

Postby Guest » Fri Dec 31, 2010 10:54 am


Hi,

A very happy new year to you

Are you going to connect PCs direcly to L3 switch modules.  In this scenario, say if one L3 fails (power supply failure) then, even if HSRP keeps running betn two L3 switches, your PCs will not have any redundant path to the other core.  So anyway the PCs will loose network connectivity.

You can use an access switch to connect PCs and then youcan provide uplinks to each core from this access switch

Hope this helps

Guest
 

Advertisement

Previous


  • Advertisement


Similar topics

HSRP load-balancing ?
Forum: Routing Protocols
Author: Anonymous
Replies: 6

HSRP Tracking question
Forum: Anything Networking
Author: Anonymous
Replies: 4

HSRP on one Router?
Forum: Cisco Switching
Author: Anonymous
Replies: 5

Same HSRP Groups on multiple physical interfaces
Forum: Cisco Switching
Author: Anonymous
Replies: 8

DMVPN Hub on HSRP standby router
Forum: Network Management
Author: Anonymous
Replies: 3


Return to Routing Protocols

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 2 guests