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2x uplinks in HSRP - how to setup switch?

Our ISP provides us with 2x 10G uplinks, and they use HSRP on their end. We see incoming traffic (load balanced) on both ports, but outgoing from us is only via one port. We only run L2 on our side ...
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SonicWALL HA w/ Dual WAN HSRP from two redundant switches

We're adding two SonicWALL NSA 2600 firewalls to our current setup. We currently get two WAN connections from two separate Cisco routers running on the same external subnet with what I believe is ...
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Cisco 2960S Slow HSRP Failover

We are having an issue with our setup that I think is tied to our cisco 2960's Below is our network setup on a simple level http://www.gliffy.com/pubdoc/4481292/L.png Now our switch config for the ...
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Cisco HSRP with spanning-tree slow failover

I'm having an issue with networking that I can't wrap my head around since I'm not a strong networking guy to get this. From our provider we have 2 drops via HSRP that go into our cisco 2960 switches ...
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Redundancy scenarios for a small network centered around a Cisco 3560X switch

As the title says, I manage a small network which uses a Cisco 3560X as the core switch. We have recently got a 2nd identical switch and I have started thinking about how to add some redundancy to the ...
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Colocation and HSRP setup

My colocation provider has setup HSRP for us and has provided us 2 drops (plugged into 1/1/1 and 1/1/2) from their routers as well as a /29 with 2 HSRP IP's and the rest of the /29 usable for the ...
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Redundant Firewalls And Switches HSRP and CARP

I currently have planned 2 x uplinks (HSRP Active/Standby) 2 x pfsense firewalls (Carp Enabled) 2 x layer2 switches Please criticize or offer help on the correct way to do this. I have a feeling im ...
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Providing internet redundancy for our colocation provider

My company recently had an network outage at our colocation facility that is serving our main website. The outage was caused by an upstream switch failure. I was told by my ISP (who provides us with ...
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Does a IPv6 network benefit from a HSRP setup on the routers?

I'm just struggling with a IPv4/IPv6 Dual Stack Setup for our new hosting environment. As central routers/switches I've got two Cisco Catalyst 3750G-48TS. The switches are not stacked, for IPv4 they ...
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Can I have more than two routers in the same HSRP group?

I want to know if it is possible to do HSRP with 3 or more routers.
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Cisco Switching Module and HSRP interface Tracking

When using 4 port switching module where each port is configured to switchport access vlan ##, for HRSP should I track the vlan interface or the FastEthernet interface? interface FastEthernet0/0/0 ...
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Confusion about HSRP Groups

If I have a router that has several LANs on it, and each of these LAN is attached to a second router, do I need to use different HSRP groups for each LAN? With this set up, each virtual gateway will ...
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Basic Cisco Switch Recommendation For HSRP WAN Redundancy [closed]

I am going to have to use HSRP for WAN failover with my two routers since a routing protocol is not being offered. In order to make sure my active router doesn't get out of sync with their active ...
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EIGRP for Failover

Preface: Reading through O'Reilly's Network Warrior in the chapter "Ethernet Resiliency he describes the following Scenario (Trying to keep this in the limits of fair use): "Assume that the link ...
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Network Redundancy Example

Looking for help filling in how redundancy in the following model might work: I believe my Datacenter will give me redundant gateways with two hand offs (going to have to talk to the more about ...