dcp at dcptech
Aug 17, 2012, 6:35 PM
Post #4 of 5
Of course, how else would you run HSRP for dual-stacked servers.
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Sent: Friday, August 17, 2012 9:20 PM
To: David Prall
Subject: Re: [c-nsp] HSRPv1 and HSRPv2
Thanks for your replay.
So you mean the configuration can be done in the same interface?
V4 and V6 require distinct Id means the group number is in different range?
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On 2012-8-18, at 9:13, "David Prall" <dcp [at] dcptech> wrote:
> Just turn on v2, v4 and v6 will require distinct id's. When you first turn
> on v2 on a single router, the two will stop talking so be prepared for the
> outage on v4.
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> Subject: [c-nsp] HSRPv1 and HSRPv2
> Hi Experts,
> Understood that such question need to real test in the lab, but don't have
> same series equipment so far, so...
> Does anybody have any experience to configure the HSRPv1 and HSRPv2 in
> the thing is the current network just deploy IPv4 service, running some
> sub-interface with HSRPv1, now we want to load the IPv6 service with
> dual-stack for such interfaces.
> My question is can we just use the same sub-interface which combine HSRPv1
> and HSRPv2 service? Or we must use new different sub-interface? Or new
> physical interface?
> Thanks and regards,
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