Virtual Router redundancy protocol is a standard protocol which helps group a number of routers into one virtual router in order to increase availability and reliability of routing paths
If the MAC address looks like 00-00-5E-XX-XX-YY, where XX is 00-01 (for IPv4 frames) or 00-02 (for IPv6 frames), YY will be Virtual Router Identifier.
This mapping provides for up to 255 IPv4/IPv6 VRRP routers on a network.
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