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BCM321
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There is a problem with the answers.  Should be

Physical Layer Issues
and
Spanning Tree Issues.

It can't be configuration because the state has changed 5 times.  This means that the other router must be configured correctly.  Took a quick read of the cited material at the bottom of the explanation
and realized I was right.

"There are several possible causes for the loss of HSRP packets between the peers. The most common problems are physical layer problems, excessive network traffic caused by spanning tree issues or excessive traffic caused by each Vlan. As with Case Study #1, all the troubleshooting modules are applicable to the resolution of HSRP state changes, particularly the Layer 3 HSRP Debugging. "
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