but R1 configured priority is 110 with weighting 10
and R3 configured priority is 130 with weighting 1
it is not clear how values 135 and 167 are calculated.
to be noted later the hello from R2 has pri 135:
*Mar 1 01:37:55.763: GLBP: Fa0/0 1.3 Active: i/Hello rcvd from higher pri Active router (135/10.10.123.2)
All we can say is that for AVG there is no competition among surviving nodes in GLBP group as AVG Standby is promoted and a new AVG Standby is elected (similar to OSPF reactions to DR failure BDR is promoted)
For AVF takeover a competition may happen between surviving nodes depending on expiration of timer related to failed AVF.
To work correctly in a LAN switched environment hello messages related to a specific AVF should have source MAC address = AVF MAC address in order to update CAM tables in involved switches
What is this actually looking at when making decision of which switch takes the active role for the VMAC 3. As I can see that even though weight is less on R2 when compared to R1 , R2 takes up the active role and this is what Is confusing me :-(
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