VRRP


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AcronymDefinition
VRRPVirtual Router Redundancy Protocol (IETF)
VRRPVirtual Router Redundancy Protocol
VRRPVermont Refugee Resettlement Program (est. 1980)
VRRPVirtual Redundancy Routing Protocol (computing)
VRRPVoice Recorder Replacement Program (US FAA)
VRRPVentricular Relative Refractory Period
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IPv6 routing/L3 switching: RIPng; OSPF v3;BGP v6; VRRP v6 support; IPv6 static routing support; IPv6 ACL support;IPv6 CoS support;
100% router hardware redundancy via VRRP (virtual router redundancy protocol);
Korenix JetNet 7310G offers various Layer 3 features- Static/Dynamic routing, VLAN routing, IP Multicasting routing, VRRP and OSPF routing.
Enterprise-class protocols include BGP, OSPF and VRRP+, a patented technology that builds upon the popular VRRP fail-over standard which provides true auto sensing, auto failure and auto recovery of any line drop.
The new SATELLAR XT 5RC has now more IP features; Redundant routing, VRRP (RFC 5798), VLAN (IEEE 802.
Protocolas supported are Open VPN, NAT, DMZ, Firewall, DHCP server, PPPoE, VRRP, VLAN, DDNS, DNS relay, NTP, IP passthrough, SNMP, Telnet and many other protocols.
Enterprise-class protocols incorporate BGP, OSPF and VRRP+, a patented technology built upon the popular VRRP failover standard providing true auto sensing, auto failure and auto recovery of any line drop.
Coverage of redundancy protocols such as HSRP, VRRP and GLBP will be examined.
Industry-standard VRRP (virtual redundancy routing protocols) technology delivers fail-over capabilities
Unencrypted and encrypted wired sided leakage of security protocols (Spanning Tree, HSRP, CDP, VTP, DTP, VRRP, and NetBios, is a critical problem in the hotels and casinos as a leaking path is not just one way, it's bi-directional, what leaks out can leak back in.
The FAA awarded the contract to NICE under the FAA's VRRP (Voice Recorder Replacement Program) which is part of a larger initiative to modernize the nation's air traffic control (ATC) system to meet future air traffic safety, capacity, and efficiency needs for more than one billion passengers by 2015.