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Cisco Bug: CSCul39999 - PBR IPv6 Next-hop is not updated to un-usable when track goes down

Last Modified

Mar 17, 2016

Products (1)

  • Cisco Nexus 7000 Series Switches

Known Affected Releases

6.2(2)AP(0.1) 6.2(2)AP(0.2) 6.2(2)AP(0.3) 6.2(2)BD(0.1) 6.2(2)E1 6.2(2)E2 6.2(2)E3 6.2(2)FCU(0.1) 6.2(2)FCU(0.2) 6.2(2)FS(0.1) 6.2(2)FS(0.2) 6.2(2)LSP(1) 6.2(2)LSP(2) 6.2(2)RI(0.1) 6.2(2)RIA(0.3) 6.2(2)RS(0.1) 6.2(2)RS(0.3) 6.2(2)S0 6.2(2)S1 6.2(2)S10 6.2(2)S11 6.2(2)S12 6.2(2)S13 6.2(2)S15 6.2(2)S16 6.2(2)S17 6.2(2)S18 6.2(2)S19 6.2(2)S2 6.2(2)S20 6.2(2)S21 6.2(2)S22 6.2(2)S23 6.2(2)S24 6.2(2)S25 6.2(2)S26 6.2(2)S27 6.2(2)S28 6.2(2)S29 6.2(2)S3 6.2(2)S30 6.2(2)S31 6.2(2)S32 6.2(2)S33 6.2(2)S35 6.2(2)S36 6.2(2)S37 6.2(2)S38 6.2(2)S39 6.2(2)S4 6.2(2)S40 6.2(2)S41 6.2(2)S42 6.2(2)S5 6.2(2)S6 6.2(2)S7 6.2(2)S9 6.2(2)TWO(0.1) 6.2(2)TX(0.1) 6.2(2)TX(0.2)

Description (partial)

PBR IPv6 Next-hop is not updated when the tracked object goes down.

When IPv6 PBR Next-hop tracking is in use.
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