I have a router that appears to have excessive state changes on interface 192.168.168.2. Attached is the config of the two routers along with the results of the "show standby command". I've read some documentation but can't identify where the error is. Any insight would be appreciated.
Actually both fast ethernet interfaces on Router 2 are showing several state changes. Check to see that the switch ports that connect to Router 2 are operating at 100/full, and see if those switch ports and the fast ethernet interface show high amounts of errors.
Interestingly, Router 1 reports that the state last changed over a year ago.
Hi, I think you should check the physical parameters like Cabling and Switchport configs. And moreover I have a suggestion. You can try making one interface in your Router 2 as active for one group. It will give a better redundancy and also will have load balancing between the two Routers.
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