[c-nsp] HSRP design question

Church, Chuck cchurch at netcogov.com
Tue Oct 19 08:49:58 EDT 2004

Unless there are other OSPF-speaking routers on the VLANs, it's a bunch
more overhead for two routers to have to maintain neighbor states for
dozens or hundreds of VLAN ints.  Keep them all passive except for two,
so if there's a need to reconfigure a VLAN or interface, you don't lose

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Subject: [c-nsp] HSRP design question

should two routers have an OSPF adjacency on each HSRP VLAN where they
standby to each other (on top of an "official" one on, say, a POS
back-to-back link)?
Or it does not matter?
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