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The Importance of Layer 3 Redundancy: Understanding HSRP – Pt. 2

The Importance of Layer 3 Redundancy: Understanding HSRP – Pt. 2

The Hot Standby Router Protocol (HSRP) is a Cisco proprietary redundancy protocol. It allows several Layer 3 switches or routers to work together in an HSRP group and appear as a single virtual device to endpoints. Because of this approach, endpoints always have a functional default g …

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The Importance of Layer 3 Redundancy: Understanding HSRP – Pt. 1

The Importance of Layer 3 Redundancy: Understanding HSRP – Pt. 1

Providing Layer 3 redundancy is crucial for uninterrupted network services and communications in enterprise networks. This approach provides hardware redundancy in the event of a device failure. It offers various alternative routing paths throughout the network.

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6 Common Errors Engineers See Using HSRP

6 Errors in an HSRP Environment for Cisco catalyst switches from pivit global

This article covers common issues network engineers face with HSRP and ways to troubleshoot those problems. Hot Standby Router Protocol (HSRP) is a Cisco proprietary protocol, which provides redundancy for a local subnet. In HSRP, two or more routers give an illusion of a single virtu …

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