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TitleConfiguring VRRP with route table tracking
Symptoms
VRRP will failover when the tracked route is not longer available
Environment
Extreme XOS
Cause
The route specified in this command must exist in the IP routing table. When the route is no longer available, the switch implements a VRRP failover to the backup.
Resolution
Switch A is the IP address owner, and Switch B is configured as the backup. The configuration commands for switch A are as follows:

configure vlan vlan1 ipaddress 192.168.1.3/24
create vrrp vlan vlan1 vrid 1
configure vrrp vlan vlan1 vrid 1 priority 255
configure vrrp vlan vlan1 vrid 1 add 192.168.1.3
enable vrrp


The configuration commands for switch B are as follows:
configure vlan vlan1 ipaddress 192.168.1.5/24
create vrrp vlan vlan1 vrid 1
configure vrrp vlan vlan1 vrid 1 add 192.168.1.3
enable vrrp


Configure route table tracking.
configure vrrp vlan vrrp1 vrid 2 add track-iproute 10.10.10.0/24

The route specified in this command must exist in the IP routing table. When the route is no longer available, the switch implements a VRRP failover to the backup.
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