[j-nsp] vrrp

Lars Higham lhigham at yahoo.com
Thu Jul 3 06:06:02 EDT 2003

Hello Aman,

The answer should be yes, it will still forward from
the E1 onto the Ethernet.

VRRP will only affect traffic in the other direction,
and you'll end up with asymmetric routing.

Lars Higham

--- Aman Singh <asingh at grintek.com> wrote:
> Hi
> i have two routers running vrrp for one subnet.Each
> box has multiple g.703
> e1's connecting to a common remote network .
> My question :
> When a router is in vrrp stand-by mode, can it still
> forward packets from
> it's wan interface to it's ethernet interface in the
> same group as the vrrp
> master ?
> Will it still give connectivity to the lan segment
> via it's vrrp interface ?
> hope this is clear !
> Thanks
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