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HSRP back Routing with single ASA

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Mar 31st, 2014
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Hi Cisco Guru

I am little expertise in Cicso & handling Cisco devices companywide from about 10 years. We are thinking to increase network device failover/Redundancy & in this part we have added a new Router 2911 in our network. During my failover configuration planning I am facing lot of issues with HSRP/VRRP. I have attached here my network diagram & the following services running on my devices –


Cisco Router 2901            : Running Private BGP for with my ISP, two link is there into two POP.

ASA5520                           : Running in routed mode with NAT, IPSec VPN & Site-to-Site VPN.

Cisco Router 2911            : Running EIGRP, All VLAN routing & ACL.

4500X                                 : Using as Distribution Switch with VSS.

Can you please advise me how I can do failover of my 2911 Router. Specially I am facing issue with back routing from firewall since I have only ONE.

                                                                                                                                                    

Thanks in advance

Regard

Mannan

CCNA

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