Are the clients in different vlans or in the same vlan. If the clients are in different vlans, then you still have to define two groups in the GLBP config but the difference here would be that both the routers will be active for each group, so you will see an effective load-balancing across both the routers.
If all the clients are in a single vlan and you are using 2 groups and gateways for load-balancing then you can have a single group defined and both the routers will be active and doing the effective load-balancing.
Yes, your understanding is right but with a difference.
In HSRP, you can do loadbalancing by using multi-group and assigning each router as active for each group. But it is not a actual loadbalancing because if one of the group having higher traffic than other, then one router/link is highly utilized than other. Moreover, you need to do this manually.
But in GLBP, it is doing loadbalancing among a single group automatically which will give true loadbalancing among routers or links.
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