VRRP Identifiers

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Hi, Im new to this so right now I am using VRRP in my network, I have already used the limit of 7 VRRP identifiers, one ID for one VLAN. I know that one VRRP ID can proctect up to 254 subnets. In my network I have about 10 VLANs that I want to protect, so my question is, Is this the right way to configure several VLANs in one VRRP ID?

create vrrp vlan Vlan-1 vrid 1
create vrrp vlan Vlan-2 vrid 1
create vrrp vlan Vlan-3 vrid 1
create vrrp vlan Vlan-4 vrid 1
create vrrp vlan Vlan-5 vrid 1

configure vrrp vlan vlan-1 vrid 1 priority 150
configure vrrp vlan vlan-2 vrid 1 priority 150
configure vrrp vlan vlan-3 vrid 1 priority 150
configure vrrp vlan vlan-4 vrid 1 priority 150
configure vrrp vlan vlan-5 vrid 1 priority 150

configure vrrp vlan vlan-1 vrid 1 add 10.10.1.254
configure vrrp vlan vlan-2 vrid 1 add 10.20.2.254
configure vrrp vlan vlan-3 vrid 1 add 10.30.3.254
configure vrrp vlan vlan-4 vrid 1 add 10.40.4.254
configure vrrp vlan vlan-5 vrid 1 add 10.50.5.254

enable vrrp vlan vlan-1 vrid 1
enable vrrp vlan vlan-2 vrid 1
enable vrrp vlan vlan-3 vrid 1
enable vrrp vlan vlan-4 vrid 1
enable vrrp vlan vlan-5 vrid 1


By the way Im using two Black Diamond 8806
And do I have to do this in both switches?
Any Help is Aprecciated Thanks!!!
 

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Yes, It's correct way to configure vrrp. 

You have to configure the same command on both the switch, Backup switch don't require the priority command .