Cisco Bug: CSCuq29598 - ASR9K: ISIS Overload bit 1 causes MPLS TE headend flap
Jul 31, 2018
- Cisco ASR 9000 Series Aggregation Services Routers
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Symptom:After setting the "ISIS overloaded bit" on a transit LSR of an LSP, the LSP is torn/resetup on alternate path instead of performing make-before-break. Conditions:Tunnel is using a path-option with the loose path ERO hop. The first loose ERO belongs to the node where ISIS overload bit is set.
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