Hot Standby Router Protocol—used to ensure GK fault tolerance
Host Standby Router Protocol
Sends Hot Standby Routing Protocol (HSRP) notifications.
Hot Standby Routing Protocol. A Cisco proprietary protocol used to increase availability of default gateways used by end hosts.
Hot Standby Routing Protocol. HSRP is a Cisco proprietary protocol that provides a redundancy mechanism when more than one router is connected to the same segment/subnet of an Ethernet/FDDI/Token Ring network.
Hot Standby Routing Protocol. A proprietary routing protocol from Cisco that provides backup to a router in the event of a failure. Using HSRP, several routers present the appearance of a single virtual router on the LAN, sharing the same IP and MAC addresses. If one router fails, the hosts on the LAN are able to continue forwarding packets to a consistent IP and MAC address. CVP Voice Browsers talk to gatekeepers that are configured for redundancy using HSRP.
Hot Standby Routing Protocol. Protocol used among a group of routers for selecting an active router and a standby router. (An active router is the router of choice for routing packets; a standby router is a router that takes over the routing duties when an active router fails, or when preset conditions are met.)
Hot Standby Router Protocol. Provides a way for IP workstations to keep communicating on the internetwork even if their default routers become unavailable, thereby providing high network availability and transparent topology changes.
Hot Standby Router Protocol. Provides high network availability and transparent network topology changes. HSRP creates a Hot Standby router group with a lead router that services all packets sent to the Hot Standby address. The lead router is monitored by other routers in the group, and if it fails, one of these standby routers inherits the lead position and the Hot Standby group address.
Hot Standby Router Protocol. Short for Hot Standby Routing Protocol, a proprietary protocol from Cisco. HSRP is a routing protocol that provides backup to a router in the event of failure.