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How to set up a failover 2600 router, when using a 1721 in production?

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I want to know if I can set up Hot Standby Router Protocol using a 2600 router, when the only production router is currently a 1721, on a flat network?

1721--->hp4000m switch---10 different locations with hp2524 switches
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As far as I know you should be able to do this as the Cisco 1721 supports HSRP.  You should be able to set this up.  If you need specific config examples for HSRP let me know.
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Yes I do!, What do you require from me?
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Here is an excellent document with some command examples, network diagrams etc.  Take a look at this and see if you any questions.  http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/619/7.html
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Any luck on this, or do you need some more info?
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Thank you Matthew L, I think I have all I need at this time.  I very much appreciate what you have given me.
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