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HSRP and DHCP

So i have two cores with multiple vlan's. For Vlan 2, core 1 ip is 10.10.10.8, core 2 ip is 10.10.10.9.

HSRP address is 10.10.10.10 with the core 1 being primary, core 2 being backup.

Do i put the ip helper-address on both interfaces? Does that cause any problems?

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Re: HSRP and DHCP

Yes, You should put IP helper-address in both the core's. Coz say if your VLAN 2 interface goes down on Core 1 and it becomes active onm Core 2, without Ip-helper address user will not get any DHCP IP.

It will not create any problem.We uset that in a fault toulerent network design

HTH,

-amit singh

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