We are migrating the last of our Nortel devices to cisco now, I have one question, the nortel vrrp feature has a function wherby if you have a cluser of 2 switches, if the traffic hits the standby switch, the function will route it locally.
my question is if I switch this function off on the standby router, will the clients continue to route via the active one? or will i need to flush all the arp tables on pc's routing behind it? or do they use the same mac address so it will be ok?
can you tell me what you mean by
"Yes there will be drop from 2 - 3 when Master goes down and Backup comes into picture for vrrp group and 1-2 drop when Master comes back in Master stage of vrrp group."
by turning off the backup master function for 1 vlan, will the clients need to re arp etc? or do they still use the vip mac address, im gathering they use the vip mac address here, so switching it off should be fine?
I was actually means for RTO just when ever you ping the vip and master router goes down and backup takes postion of master there will 2 - 3 RTO's.
and Yes by turning off the backup routerconfigurion of vrrp in vlan they will still use the vip mac address where your Master router is active for the vlan and hence the traffic will be moving without any direuption.
Hope that clear out your query !!
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