How do I find the HSRP command?
Showing HSRP State Information
- Problem. You want to see current HSRP information, such as which router is primary.
- Solution. To view the HSRP information, use the following EXEC command: Router2# show standby.
What are the commands to configure HSRP?
Table 1 – HSRP Configuration Commands
|4||router(config-if)#ip address address netmask|
|5||router(config-if)#standby [group-number] ip [ip-address]|
How is HSRP tracking configured?
HSRP can track interfaces or objects and decrement priority if an interface or object fails. Interface tracking enables the priority of a standby group router to be automatically adjusted, based on the availability of the router interfaces.
What is HSRP command?
The hsrp ipv4 command activates HSRP on the configured interface. If an IP address is specified, that address is used as the designated address for the Hot Standby group. If no IP address is specified, the virtual address is learned from the active router.
Which address is created automatically in HSRP protocol?
Virtual MAC address : MAC address is generated automatically by HSRP. The first 24 bits will be default CISCO address (i.e. 0000.0c).
What is the default HSRP priority?
By default, the priority is 100 but the highest priority value becomes the active router for the HSRP group.
How do I check the HSRP status of a Nexus device?
For the Nexus1 device: Use the show hsrp command in order to display the HSRP status for all groups in the device. Use the show hsrp [group group-number] command in order to display the HSRP status for a particular group in the device.
How to display the HSRP status of an interface?
Use the show hsrp [group group-number] command in order to display the HSRP status for a particular group in the device. Use the show hsrp [interface interface-type slot/port] command in order to display the HSRP status for an interface in the device.
How to configure Nexus 1 and Nexus 2 in HSRP 14?
For the group HSRP 14, the Nexus 1 router is configured with a priority value of 80 and the Nexus 2 router is configured with a priority value of 90. In this instance, the Nexus 2 router has highest priority value, so the Nexus 2 router is the active router and the Nexus 1 router is the standby router for users in VLAN 14.
How do I enable HSRP in Cisco NX-OS?
Cisco NX-OS enables an HSRP group once you configure its virtual IP address. You should configure HSRP attributes such as authentication, timers, and priority before you enable the HSRP group.