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Cisco Bug: CSCup58836 - PGw-EGTP: SNMP trap shows EGTPCPathFailClear but no EGTPCPathFail

Last Modified

Feb 23, 2018

Products (1)

  • Cisco ASR 5000 Series

Known Affected Releases

15.0(911)

Description (partial)

Symptom:
EGTPCPathFailClear trap was triggered without the EGTPCPathFail trap in the STANDBY chassis

The counter values shown below are puzzling. 
When ?Propogate Peer Infomation Path Failure Type Change?is 0, EGTPCPathFailClear has some values.
On the other hand, if EGTPCPathFailClear is 0, ?Propogate Peer Infomation Path Failure Type Change?has some values.

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 ACTIVE
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Trap Name                            #Gen #Disc  Disable Last Generated      
----------------------------------- ----- -----  ------- --------------------
EGTPCPathFail                          3     0       0  2014:04:25:13:07:04 
EGTPCPathFailClear                     3     0       0  2014:05:20:11:33:54
Propogate Peer Infomation Path Failure Type Change              : 0
Propogate Peer Infomation Path Fail Clear                       : 3
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STANDBY
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Trap Name                            #Gen #Disc  Disable Last Generated      
----------------------------------- ----- -----  ------- --------------------
EGTPCPathFail                          0     0       0  <Never>
EGTPCPathFailClear                     2     0       0  2014:05:21:11:03:37
Propogate Peer Infomation Path Failure Type Change              : 2  
Propogate Peer Infomation Path Fail Clear                       : 2

Conditions:
ICSR (SRP) configuration
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