As is the case with all protocols and technologies, in order to troubleshoot something, you must have a solid understanding of how it works. In this section, we are going to revisit HSRP fundamentals, reinforcing the material covered in the SWITCH exam, and then conclude the section by discussing some common HSRP problems and how to troubleshoot them.
Hot Standby Router Protocol Overview
Hot Standby Router Protocol is a Cisco-proprietary First Hop Redundancy Protocol that allows physical gateways that are configured as part of the same HSRP group to share the same virtual gateway address. Network hosts . . .
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