We are using 1841 with one serial and two fastethernet ports for internet connectivity.
We are using NAT in router for users accessing our internal resourses from internet. For NAT we have configured NAT inside and NAT outside commands on fastethernet(0/0) and serial(0/0/0) interface respectively. So far so good it works fine.
But as a redundancy we plan to use second ethernet port also. Thus we plan to add this fastethernet (0/1) with fastethernet (0/0) so that we will be able to connect two different ports to two different switches. After these swicthes there is firewall configured in a failover mode with outside interface connected to these two seperate swicthes.
Can such clubbed interface ( fa0/0 and fa0/1) will form a HSRP with another router with similar or same configuration ( fa0/0 and fa0/1 clubbed together to form a single interface ).
In IBM AIX language this kind of clubbing on ethernet ports is "TEaming of ports".
Any similar activity experience Please share any link on cisco.com ?
Thanks and REgards