Assuming all the ports in the vlan are connecting to uplink, if we configure hsrp on that interface vlan, how does hsrp know when to failover ? when all the ports on the same vlan went down ? (assuming no track command is use)
HSRP is used in the first instance for gateway-redundacy, e.g. in client VLANs.
If you use a routed port, you have to connect a switch to that port to connect the clients.
A c3750 doesn't support routed subinterfaces, so if you need more then 1 VLAN (which is normally the case), you have to use another Uplink for that (instead of simply use a trunk). Even the link to your HSRP standby router can't be the classic interswitch-link between them. Connecitvity ist formed across an access-switch - which is normally not desirable.
In addition, if the client-VLAN ist needed on another switch, you can't use an uplink of your c3570. This is not scalable and doesn't meet common Campus-LAN Design requirements.
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