GLBP stands for Gateway Load Balancing Protocol. In this article, I will explain where GLBP is used , where it shouldn’t be used with the topologies. Read more
All these technologies provide first hop redundancy for the hosts.
I will use the below table for HSRP VRRP GLBP Comparison and the design attributes listed in it.
HSRP, VRRP and GLBP are the three commonly used first hop redundancy protocols in local area networks and the data center.
In this post, I will briefly describe them and highlight the major differences. I will ask you a design question so we will discuss in the comment section below.
Spanning Tree, Link Aggregation , VLAN and First Hop Redundancy protocols are used in Campus, Service Provider Access and Aggregation and in the Datacenter environment. There are definitely other protocols which are common across the Places in the Networks but in order to keep this article short and meaningful I choose these four. Read more