I have a quick question. I have attached an image on my topology I created in GNS3 which I'm thinking about incorporating into my live network.
This is all for fail-over. I have ESW3 far right configured with IPSla with tracking on. One switch fails, it goes into the secondary. I also have ipsla with tracking on the ASA's far left, same concept, ESW1 fails, it goes to ESW2 and ES1 and 2 are tracking ASA's as well.
I am doing all this without any FHRP's like HSRP or VRRP, etc... and it's working fine, is this a proper way of doing this or should I actually have some kind of FHRP? on ESW1 and 2 I have multiple vlans. So I guess in case a vlan goes down, that's when FHRP would come in handy, other then that I wouldn't need that.