We have dual 2851's with 12.4(9)T1 on both ends over MPLS the inside sub-interfaces are configured with HSRP groups and track rtr state. We notice upon icmp failover that the rtr state changes to down and the priority decrements to 95 from 105. Below the standby which is at default at 100. But it doesnt failover? Any ideas?
Both HSRPs are tracking the same SLA and they are both decrementing 10. As you reported when the track reports down, the HSRP with priority 105 goes down to 95 but the 'standby failover' also decrements from 100 to 90 since it has the same track.
If you want the standby failover to take over with priority 100, you must remove the track from RTR2's interfaces.
Thx Edison! They appear identical, but they are using different source/dest IP's. Upon failover the HSRP standby router indicates tracking Up state and priority 100. But still no failover between the two. Thanks for the help though, anything else I could try?
What does the 'show standby' status on RTR1 show as the local priority and the RTR2's (standby router) priority when the RTR1's tracked object is down? Or can you post the output of show standby from RTR1 when it's tracked object is down.
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