Cisco Bug: CSCtd99916 - Unexpected reload after deactivation/activation of bgp mdt old peer
Jan 23, 2017
- Cisco IOS
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Symptoms: After a quick activation/deactivation of a BGP neighbor in the VPNv4 address family, the router can have a unexpected reload. Traceback shows: 1#9ef25813351d0da79497b4305144eadc :10000000+5A9860 :10000000+5A9BE4 :10000000+10B9CA0 :10000000+10BEF34 :10000000+421761C :10000000+2AD6FC :10000000+2ADA28 :10000000+2FA91C :10000000+2FAF84 :10000000+2E748C Exception to IOS Thread: Frame pointer 35233FD8, PC = 1027203C ASR1000-EXT-SIGNAL: U_SIGSEGV(11), Process = BGP Router -Traceback= 1#9ef25813351d0da79497b4305144eadc :10000000+27203C :10000000+271DAC :10000000+273218 :10000000+2741B8 :10000000+33AE64 :10000000+33B5C4 :10000000+291D2C :10000000+2921C8 :10000000+2928AC Conditions: The symptom is observed whenever an old style multicast update is received and it uses the same AF value as that for VPNv4. Cisco IOS Release 12.2(33)XNE has code that detects this behavior, hence the traceback.
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