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Cisco Bug: CSCta93245 - Tracked route VRF association becomes inactive after reload

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Jan 31, 2017

Products (1)

  • Cisco Nexus 7000 Series Switches

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A tracked object for route reachability in a VRF loses the VRF association when the switch is reloaded. The <CmdBold>vrf member<NoCmdBold> <CmdArg>vrf-name<NoCmdArg> line is visible in the configuration but is not active and the reachability check is performed from the default table. As a result the reachability of the route may not be correctly reported.


- <CmdBold>vrf member<NoCmdBold> <CmdArg>vrf-name<NoCmdArg> is configured under <CmdBold>track<NoCmdBold> <CmdArg>object-id<NoCmdArg> <CmdBold>{ip | ipv6} route<NoCmdBold> <CmdArg>prefix/length<NoCmdArg> <CmdBold>reachability<NoCmdBold>
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