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Cisco Bug: CSCte16931 - SLB route to NULL0 injected in global routing table instead of vrf

Last Modified

Feb 08, 2017

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  • Cisco IOS

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Description (partial)

 Routing to VIP address gets affected after a reload. 

 1) When defining SLB with vserver and serverfarm on vlans associated to a 
vrf, the route for that VIP to NULL0 should appear in the vrf. This happens 
correctly after initial configuration but once the system is rebooted, the 
route for the VIP (vserver address) to NULL0 is injected in the global 
routing table instead of the vrf.

 2) The problem appears at least with SRB6, SRC4 and SRD3 supervisor code. 
 3) It will appear only when vlans associated to the vserver and serverfarm 
are associated to vrf.
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