HSRP- says "active" but packets pass thru the "standby" router
I have a problem with one of our remote site. We are using HSRP for years but for this particular site, it seems not to be working. "sh standby" on the primary router says "active" but every time i plug-in the secondary router to the LAN, the secondary router is the link being used. I have cheked the configurations but seen nothing wrong. Buy the way, this is working before so I am having a little confusion whether the router or our carrier. I am using 2610 by the way.
Re: HSRP- says "active" but packets pass thru the "standby" rout
Also I wonder if it is possible that the "active" router believes that there is a better route to the destination through the "backup" router? If this is the case the "active" router will not fail over the HSRP to the standby but will be forwarding traffic to the secondary as the best way to get to the destination.
Perhaps the original poster can clarify what the topology is and what kind of routing is being done. It might also be helpful to see the output from tracert from one of the workstations to see what the data path really is.
This is actually a pretty cool feature, i didn't even know it existed until I was looking for a solution to advertise a subnet (prefix in BGP talk), only if a certain condition existed. This is exactly what conditional advertisements does
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