I have a single router with 2 ethernet ports,both are connected two seprate switches both are in same network.Usually both switches r connecting to the router through ethernet port 1,ie switch2 will connects to sw1 and that to eth1.when the eth 1 fails I want sw 1 to connect to sw2 and eth2 should come up with the same ip.how will I configure this for port redindancy?Can I use HSRP for this?
You cannot configure HSRP on same router and you need to have minimum 2 routers for the same.
But I believe what you can do as a workaround is configure port channel on your router and assign an ip address to the port channel and you can assign the 2 physical ports on your router eth1 & 2 to that port channel.
On the switch also you can have a layer 2 etherchannel and cofigure the 2 ports in same etherchannel bundle.
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