Giuseppe is mostly correct, the only thing I noticed is that he reused 192.168.250.1 as your VIP (standby IP in the configs). For HSRP, you cannot use the physical IP address as the VIP also. I would recommend making the VIP 192.168.250.2 where R1 physical IP is 192.168.250.1 and R2 physical IP is 192.168.250.3. Or, if you feel like changing the physical IP of R1, it is more typical to see the VIP be .1, R1 IP be .2, and R2 IP be .3.
Giuseppe did not really reuse 192.168.250.1. The original post specified that the physical interfaces were .1 and .3. In his example Giuseppe changed the physical addressing to .2 and .3 and used .1 as the VIP. This is a logical thing to do in the example but does not quite follow the specification of the original post.
also, how can I use the "track" command to check if the line is working or dropped ( using only fastethernet interfaces connected to that line not ATM nor Serial) in conjunction with the HSRP in which if the line is drooped, stand-by router will takeover
can I use track command with IP Address which will be the next hop address instead of the interface name?
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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