VRRP on switches connected to PA in active and passive mode

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VRRP on switches connected to PA in active and passive mode

Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

 

below we have setup

 

 

 

https://snag.gy/3kRV8C.jpg

 

Where switches and routers are running ospf.

PA has static route to the VRRP IP of the switch.

 

1>>Need to know is this good design to have the VRRP backup router connected to the PA active switch?

 

2>>Also yesterday when we reboot the router 1 during that time we lost the internet connection

 

 

 

MP
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Hello,

So from the diagram and my experience here are my replies:

 

1. I would swap the master and backup VRRP roles. This can be done with priorities.

 

2. Sounds like a routing issue in the switches/routers?

 

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Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

Hello,

We block online storage. Can you past your screen shot/diagram into the message body?

 

Please advise,

here u go

 

 

MP

Hello,

So from the diagram and my experience here are my replies:

 

1. I would swap the master and backup VRRP roles. This can be done with priorities.

 

2. Sounds like a routing issue in the switches/routers?

 

you were spot on.

MP
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