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Thanks for the reply. accept-data is what I tried at first. Still does not work.As you can see on vSRX1 accept-data is onroot> show vrrp detailPhysical interface: ge-0/0/4, Unit: 0, Address: 10.0.10.4/28Index: 69, SNMP ifIndex: 521, VRRP-Traps: disabled, VRRP-Version: 2Interface state: up, Group: 1, State: master, VRRP Mode: ActivePriority: 220, Advertisement interval: 1, Authentication type: noneAdvertisement threshold: 3, Computed send rate: 0Preempt: yes, Accept-data mode: yes, VIP count: 1, VIP: 10.0.10.2Advertisement Timer: 0.221s, Master router: 10.0.10.4Virtual router uptime: 04:31:59, Master router uptime: 04:31:54Virtual Mac: 00:00:5e:00:01:01Preferred: yesTracking: disabledroot>It affects routing because packets are not forwarded. Maybe I should mention I also created another setup with more devices attached. Then the packets should pass throught the vSRX and out via another interface. And the second vrrp provides a second route basically.