Talk:Hot Standby Router Protocol

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HSRP description it is not correct :-(, should be corrected.

The title of this article is Hot Standby Router Protocol, whereas in the first sentence it says Hot Standby Routing Protocol. Which is the correct meaning of the acronym? Tim 07:06, 31 August 2006 (UTC)

Marketing puff?[edit]

I don't think this sentence adds any meaningful information: This technology is used by many of the great companies in the world.

It looks like marketing puff to me, and I think it should be removed. Royhills 18:51, 25 March 2007 (UTC)

I completely agree, Royhills. In fact, it was recently added by what appears to be a vandal. I shall revert immediately. Thanks for noticing and commenting though, it helps make wikipedia better. :) —Fudoreaper 04:34, 26 March 2007 (UTC)

Broken link[edit]

The link in this line is broken:

A HSRP Basics Simulation visualizes Active/Standby election and link failover with Hello, Coup, ARP Reply packets and timers.

http://pre.visualland.net/view.php?cid=846&protocol=HSRP&title=1.%20HSRP%20basic