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VRRP question

Marcus J
Frequent Advisor

VRRP question

Hi,

Im planning to build redundancy using 5400zl switches and VRRP.
We have one vlan (vlan 1) with two ip addresses. 10.10.32.254/24 & 10.10.40.254/24.

Can i still use VRRP to protect both these gw's?
4 REPLIES
cenk sasmaztin
Honored Contributor

Re: VRRP question

hi Marcus
vvrp configuration goal one default gateway device down and system running other default gateway device
so you have one 5400 and down device two ip interface down you use two device device default for gateway and you make vrrp config
procurve sample config two 5400 device for core server and edge switch with mstp config provide redundancy and with vrrp config provide reserve gateway address

good luck
cenk

Marcus J
Frequent Advisor

Re: VRRP question

Yes i know how vrrp works, i think you have misunderstood me. plz look at this simple drawing.
What im trying to say is that we have two ip-nets routed in the same broadcast domain (vlan1)
Normally you would only have one ip-net per vlan, right?

Will this be a problem when setting up VRRP?


CORE1/VLAN1-10.10.32.254/24 & 10.10.40.254/24

CORE2/VLAN1-10.10.32.253/23 & 10.10.40.253/24
Matt Hobbs
Honored Contributor

Re: VRRP question

You can do that no problem, multinetting with VRRP is definitely possible.
cenk sasmaztin
Honored Contributor

Re: VRRP question

hi Marcus one you assign one vlan interface 32 ip address.
yess vrrp can run each ip addereses on vlan inteface

good luck..
cenk