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Video: Configuring HSRP

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Put together a quick video about configuring HSRP and many of its features: Tracking, Preemption, tweaking timers, changing priorities, and more.

Let me know what you guys think, this is the first video and I am still looking at different recording software or just different styles in general. You’ll be seeing more of these videos as time goes on!

Written by Stephen J. Occhiogrosso

November 15, 2012 at 10:41 AM

Posted in FHRP, Video

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  1. Hey Stephen,

    I just checked out the first few minutes of your video and heard you said “Hot Standby Routing Protocol”. While I’ve seen or heard that from a Cisco Certified Instructor before, the official name is Hot Standby Router Protocol. I just thought I’d clarify that.


    Andrew Roderos

    January 9, 2013 at 1:57 PM

    • Hey bud, you are correct “Hot Standby Router Protocol” is the official name from all the Cisco documentation. When I first heard about HSRP years ago that person referred to it as “Hot Standby Routing Protocol” so it’s just one of those bad habits of mine I haven’t been able to correct yet. I hope that didn’t lead to any confusion, I’ll be correcting the title of the article.

      Thanks for the heads up. That one went right over my head.

      Stephen J. Occhiogrosso

      January 9, 2013 at 8:04 PM

  2. It is all good. As mentioned, I’ve read it in a book and/or heard it from an instructor referred as ” Hot Standby Routing Protocol” as well. That said, it is not uncommon for people to say that. Trust me, I’ve caught myself saying “routing protocol” as well. 🙂

    Andrew Roderos

    January 10, 2013 at 12:55 AM

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