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Cisco Bug: CSCuq71310 - ARXPE:Traffic not clean and LED not glowing after sequence of operations

Last Modified

Apr 21, 2016

Products (1)

  • Cisco ONS 15454 Series Multiservice Provisioning Platforms

Known Affected Releases

10.10 10.101 9.604 9.605 9.606

Description (partial)

On multiple Upgrade/revert/DB restore and power cycle scenarios in ARXPE, traffic is not clean and LED does not glow for certain sequence of operations.

The issue was noticed on the below set up, 

Set up
ADM10G_1(OC12) ----ARXPE _1(P2)-------------------ARXPE_2 (P2)-----ADM10G_2(OC12)
ADM10G_1(OC3) ----ARXPE _1(P1)-------------------ARXPE_2 (P1)-----ADM10G_2(OC3)

Port Provisions on ARXPE
Port 1-OC3 (ODU1-4, TS-1)
Port 2- OC12 (ODU1-4, TS2-5)
Port 3- FE (ODU1-4, TS6)
Port 5- GE (ODU1-1, ODU0-1)
Port 6-ESCON
Port 7-GE (ODU1-2, ODU0-2)
Port 8-Auto(OC48 , ODU1-3)

Sequence -1

•	Reverted from 10.10 to 9.606
•	Multiple power cycles (In one case card didn't boot up for a long time because of SSC disconnect from NC) in 9.606
•	Multiple DB restore (though no change in ARXPE provisioning)
•	I noticed P2 LED on ARXPE_1 was not glowing because the ADM10G_2 port connected to FEND client (ARXPE_2) was reporting LOF
•	Hard reset the first ADM10G, didn't help
•	Delete/create of ckt didn't help. Hard reset of NEND card helped

Sequence -2
1) Upgraded the node with ARXPE -1 (Mixed MS with M6 NC- 2M6 SSCs and 1 454 SSC); ARXPE in Sh19 from 9.606 to 10.02
2) Dummy upgrade from 10.02 to dummy. Repeated upgrade/reverts between 10.02 and dummy with no DB change
3) Reverted the node from 10.02 to 9.606
4) Restored 9.606 DB. ADM10G_2 was reporting LOF and LED was not glowing
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