Which of the following statements about VRRP are true? (Choose three.)
A. VRRP is a redundancy protocol designed for a multicast- or broadcast-capable LAN such as the Ethernet. VRRP ensures that traffic is switched to another
router when the next-hop router for a host on the LAN fails. This guarantees the reliability and non-stop forwarding of services.
B. In VRRP, two virtual router ID and a virtual IP address need to be configured on a router to generate a virtual MAC address. A virtual router is formed.
C. Hosts on a network can communication with a virtual router without knowing any information about physical routers on the network.
D. A virtual router consists of a master router and several backup routers. The master router forwards packets. When the master router fails, a backup router takes
over as the master router.