How to use HSRP w/out ordering another T1 for my WAN connection?
I am trying to use HSRP on two of my 7206 routers for the WAN connection, but I dont wanna have to order another T1 line just so that I could HSRP. Is there a way that I can use my one T1 line on both routers...i.e with some sort of "y" or a splitter????
Re: How to use HSRP w/out ordering another T1 for my WAN connect
I've never heard of a splitter on a T1.
But another T1 seems a little overload. You might want to order a ISDN line configure it with DDR and have it as your backup. Now you can HSRP between the T1 and ISDN line. This is a little cheaper also
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