HSRP on Layer 3 switch (cisco 3560)

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Feb 17th, 2010

Hi,

To implement the HSRP on 2 different networks and connect them to each others (for example network A and network B) with cisco switch 3560, how many switches are required?

Network A = 2 switches

Network B = 2 switches

or

Network A = 1 switch

Network B = 1 switch

Your help is much appreciated. Thanks.

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Jon Marshall Wed, 02/17/2010 - 08:12

ssweehinlew wrote:

Hi,

To implement the HSRP on 2 different networks and connect them to each others (for example network A and network B) with cisco switch 3560, how many switches are required?

Network A = 2 switches

Network B = 2 switches

or

Network A = 1 switch

Network B = 1 switch

Your help is much appreciated. Thanks.

To implement HSRP you would need at least 2 switches per subnet for it to make any sense. But you could use the same 2 switches for both network A and network B.

Jon

Ganesh Hariharan Wed, 02/17/2010 - 09:31

Hi,

To implement the HSRP on 2 different networks and connect them to each others (for example network A and network B) with cisco switch 3560, how many switches are required?

Network A = 2 switches

Network B = 2 switches

or

Network A = 1 switch

Network B = 1 switch

Your help is much appreciated. Thanks.

Hi,

To implement HSRP you will need at least two switches and for running HSRP in two different subnet you can also achive with the same two switches by creating vlans and apply HSRP to those vlans.

Hope to help

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Ganesh.H

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