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VRRP with Multiple VLANS

<p>Can someone provide me an example config for running VRRP with multiple VLANS on a router?  Does multicast have to be enabled ?  I cannot get more than one VRRP group to failover on a VLAN.  Here is the config i have so far:</p>

<p>track 2 interface Serial0/0 line-protocol<br />

!<br />

!<br />

!<br />

!<br />

interface FastEthernet0/0<br />

 no ip address<br />

 ip pim dense-mode<br />

 duplex auto<br />

 speed auto<br />

!<br />

interface FastEthernet0/0.7<br />

 encapsulation dot1Q 7<br />

 ip address 10.251.101.2 255.255.255.0<br />

 ip pim dense-mode<br />

 vrrp 2 ip 10.251.101.1<br />

 vrrp 2 priority 110<br />

 vrrp 2 track 2 decrement 60<br />

!<br />

interface FastEthernet0/0.100<br />

 encapsulation dot1Q 100 <br />

 ip address 10.251.217.130 255.255.255.192<br />

 ip pim dense-mode<br />

 vrrp 1 ip 10.251.217.129<br />

 vrrp 1 priority 110<br />

 vrrp 1 track 2 decrement 60</p>

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Re: VRRP with Multiple VLANS

Not sure if I understand your question correctly. I don't think you need enable multicast. VRRP peer routers just need a pure layer two connectivity. Can you check your switch configuration to make sure both vlan 7 and 100 are trunked and permitted between two VRRP peers. Is the status of VRRP on both vlan 7 and 100 correct (one active and one standby)?

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