I'm currently having some problems getting a VRRP failover config to work. Basically,i've got three VLAN's, each of which has the same critical service for their respective VRIDs. This critical service only monitors the internal switch to which the CSS is directly connected.
When the master CSS is disconnected from the internal switch, the internal VRIDs are correctly failing over, but the externals are getting in some kind of loop..going from Master to Backup infinitely...
i'd be grateful for any help!
Here is some sample output from the master:
CSS11050# sh chas
Configuration for CSS 11050:
Name: CSS 11050 SW Version: 5.00 Build 105
HW Major Version: H0 HW Minor Version: 0
Serial Number: JAB0724059H
Base Mac Address: 00-0c-ce-13-fe-9f
Module Number Module Name Status
1 FEM primary
2 GENIC primary
5 SCFM-PLUS primary
Port Number Port Name Status
1 e1 online
2 e2 online
3 e3 online
4 e4 online
5 e5 online
6 e6 online
7 e7 online
8 e8 online
--More--- 9 e9 online
CSS11050# sh ver
Version: ap0500105 (5.00 Build 105)
Flash (Locked): 5.00 Build 105
Flash (Operational): 5.00 Build 105
Licensed Cmd Set(s): Standard Feature Set
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