Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol provides end devices alternate default gateways without having to be configured for them. With VRRP, a end device continues to speak to the same MAC Address discovered during ARP resolution, because of the Virtual IP (VIP) configuration in VRRP.
Configuring VRRP requires knowledge of the Layer 2 ... Read More
We have three HP Comware switches in a triangle with each device being at default configuration after enabling Multi-Instance Spanning Tree (MSTP). We’ll be optimizing the network by adding load-balancing for MSTP and across 20 vlans and ... Read More
A default route is a catch-all route for routes not in the routing table. It is often confused with default gateways, which provide end devices a router to send all non-local traffic for forwarding.
Routing tables list the direction to reach a network. When there is no path in the table, ... Read More