Category: Redundancy

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Mar2014
Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP)  allows for a group or routers to appear as a single default gateway to end devices.  All the routers must have interfaces that belong in the same ... Read More
March 30, 2014Praveen Bahethi

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Mar2014
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
March 28, 2014Praveen Bahethi

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Mar2014
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
March 27, 2014Praveen Bahethi

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Mar2014
Link Aggregration Control Protocol (LACP) is used to combine multiple ethernet ports into a bundle.  This bundle shows up as one port to spanning tree protocol (STP) allowing multiple connections to occur between switches without blocking.  This protocol is also used to connect multiple server links to a switch ... Read More
March 26, 2014Praveen Bahethi