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HSRP

Please find the diagram attached to this, my requirement is 1 server having 2 NIC's, both the NIC's are in different network, now when a user 10.186.1.1 wanted to communicate 10.2.1.1 it is possible,same time he can able to reach 10.3.1.1 because "route add -net 10.186.1 10.2.1.252"(Operating systems is SGI IRIX server), is added, now the real problem is, let us say that 10.2.1.1 cable is disconnected, 10.186.1.1 cannot communicate with 10.3.1.1, if the user wanted to communicate 10.3.1.1, he need to

"route add -net 10.186.1 10.3.1.252" since it accepts only 1 "route add" for the destination via 1 gateway,it doesn't allow two "rotue add" commands "route add -net 10.186.1 10.2.1.252" & "route add -net 10.186.1 10.3.1.252" how do i solve this issue? is there any possibility to do something on the switch side?Thanks in advance.Ofcourse we can't have two gateways in 1 machine.

As seen in the diagram, this is going to be the redundant network setup using HSRP.

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Re: HSRP

Hi

If m not wrong u have the option to make use of metric witht the route add command.

I think that will automatically pick up the next preferred route once when ur defaut route or the primary route to the destination fails.

regds

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