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HP PROCURVE VRRP WITH DIFFERENT PHYSICAL AND VIRTUAL IP ADDRESS

I spent a while looking how to configure an HP to interoperate with a Cisco switch using VRRP.

While doing this, I found that HP likes to use the physical address of the Primary router as the virtual IP address.   This wasn't something I was entirely comfortable with, so I wanted to find how to NOT do that.

I found this guy's webpage
http://crackedtech.blogspot.com/2012/11/hp-procurve-vrrp-with-different.html

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