Hi there, and thanks for your support.
Sorry, maybe I expleined in a wrong way. The router I told are Cisco Nexus so they are L3 switch, have a HSRP vIP for every VLAN the manage and have a trunk between them.
In production environment we have several VIP configured on HSRP Nexus. Customer don't want to do change on router side.
Is this solution supported: use a turnk of 2 ports from Nexus_1 to MHO_1, and other 2 ports from Nexus_2 to MHO_2, and Nexus implement HSRP to manage vIP of this VLAN? On Security Group, configure a bond with the 4 ports (2 from MHO_1 and 2 from MHO_2) usin LACP mode.
In this scenario, if VIP is active on Nexus_1, the VS1 running on Security Group VSX:
- will use the 4 ports to reach the VIP (2 ports is connected directly to Nexus_1 while 2 other ports will use Nexus_2 on L2, the trunk Nexus_1/Nexus_2 and reach the VIP on Nexus_1
-will use onty the 2 ports (one per MHO) that are connected to Nexus_1 so can reach the VIP?
Please, help me to solve this doubt