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fa 0/1 to be used as back up interface

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Mar 26th, 2007
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Hi


I need to configure my 2nd ethernet inteface to be an backup interface for the primary one as a backuplink which should come up when the first link has some physical issues. Can i use backup interface command for this , what will be the ip needed to configure for the backup interface (ip unnumbered primary interface)


Thanks for any suggestions

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ahmadabuzayyad Mon, 03/26/2007 - 14:18
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if you talking about switch it will be done by using etherchannel either layer 2 or 3

but if you work with router you can bridge the two interfaces.

rate if it is help you.


parthibanp Mon, 03/26/2007 - 21:43
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Hi

Iam talking about a router. I want to have one ethernet as a stand by for the other and start forwarding traffi when the first one fails.

Will bridging help in this case.


Thanks for your response

ahmadabuzayyad Mon, 03/26/2007 - 21:57
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look in router you can't asign two interfaces with the same network if they work as layer 3 so by bridging them you just asign the configuration to the ogical interface created and the two phyiscal interfaces work as switch

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