Question about RPS2300 and 'redundancy" config on IOS router
We have a 2951 router connected to an RPS2300 remote power supply. On the router there are two commands applied in global config mode, "redundancy inter-device" and "redundancy". The engineer who set up the router originally states that these commands are necessary for the RPS2300 to work properly with the 2951, but the documentation for the "redundancy inter-device" and "redundancy" commands do not seem to be related to the RPS at all. Can anyone tell me if either of these commands are required for RPS, or if there is any other config that must be added to the 2951 for the RPS2300 to function properly?
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