OS10 Enterprise Edition User Guide Release 10.4.0E(R3)


Set group priority

Set a virtual router priority to 255 to ensure that router is the owner virtual router for the VRRP group. The router which has the highest primary IP address of the interface becomes the master. The default priority for a virtual router is 100. If the master router fails, VRRP begins the election process to choose a new master router based on the next-highest priority.

  1. Create a virtual router for the interface with the VRRP identifier in INTERFACE mode (1 to 255).
  2. Configure the priority number for the VRRP group in INTERFACE-VRRP mode (1 to 255, default 100).

Set VRRP group priority

OS10(config)# interface ethernet 1/1/5
                                 OS10(conf-if-eth1/1/5)# vrrp-group 254
                                 OS10(conf-eth1/1/5-vrid-254)# priority 200

Verify VRRP group priority

OS10(conf-eth1/1/5-vrid-254)# do show vrrp 254
                                 Interface : ethernet1/1/5    IPv4 VRID : 254
                                 Primary IP Address :    State : master-state
                                 Virtual MAC Address : 00:00:5e:00:01:01
                                 Version : version-3    Priority : 200
                                 Preempt :     Hold-time :
                                 Authentication : no-authentication
                                 Virtual IP address :
                                 master-transitions : 1    advertise-rcvd : 0
                                 advertise-interval-errors : 0    ip-ttl-errors : 0
                                 priority-zero-pkts-rcvd : 0    priority-zero-pkts-sent : 0
                                 invalid-type-pkts-rcvd : 0    address-list-errors : 0
                                 pkt-length-errors : 0

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