HSRP Protocol

Detection Information

The following page provides information on the HSRP Protocol.

Protocol Description

The Hot Standby Router Protocol (HSRP) is a Cisco proprietary protocol used to provide redundancy across multiple routers in a network.

Full Name

Hot Standby Router Protocol

Abbreviation

HSRP

Introduced

Version 4.1.1

Port Reference - RFC

  • TCP 1985 - Hot Standby Router Protocol
  • UDP 1985 - Hot Standby Router Protocol
  • TCP 2029 - Hot Standby Router Protocol IPv6
  • UDP 2029 - Hot Standby Router Protocol IPv6

Category

Networking

External Resources


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