when you enable routing on the BVI, packets that come in on a routed interface, are taken care by the L3 BVI and in your design, there is no Layer 3 interface except for the BVI itself. BVI is a bridge between routed and bridge domain. i dont think BVI alone can do much here.
and one other thing, with regards to the diagram, you have ur sever connected to both routers, why HSRP then?
Sherif, in the url u sent, there are 2 bridge ports setup PC1 and 2, and one routed port setup for PC3, so its not the same.
with regards to ur configuration, u made a switch out of ur routers. besides... if this is the exact physical setup? why do u want hsrp?
when you set HSRP, one router takes control as active and the other one as standby, so there is only one router active at a time! members of a hrsp group continuesly exchange messages, so if the active went out, the standby takes control.
but for this setup u have i dont see a reason and possibility for a HSRP env.
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