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HSRP, GLBP and VRRP

Hi all,

Please i want to config one of these three redundancy protocol but i want to know if we can config it based on connection bandwith, if i have 2 Internet connection with 256 kbps each and if one of these connection decrease (not failed) it can use another side.

thanks for help

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HSRP, GLBP and VRRP

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Determine whether your devices supports OER/PfR.

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HSRP, GLBP and VRRP

Those won't work the way you'd like them to work.  You may want to research IP SLA and see if it works for you.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/ios/12_4/ip_sla/configuration/guide/hsicmp.html

Ven

Ven Taylor
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HSRP, GLBP and VRRP

thanks i will look out

thanks

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HSRP, GLBP and VRRP

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Determine whether your devices supports OER/PfR.

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