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Cisco Bug: CSCur30746 - Support ASR9k as CE device in Prime Provisioning

Last Modified

Sep 11, 2019

Products (1)

  • Cisco Prime Provisioning

Known Affected Releases

6.5 6.5(0.1) 6.5(0.2) 6.5(0.3) 6.5(0.4)

Description (partial)

Symptom:
Trying to preview config we are getting following error:</p>

<p>Configlet Preview generation completed with errors.
<br />assert : Cannot find the major interface for subinterface
<br />XDE Stacktrace  : [ProvL3VPN]subIntfValidation.xde@rquinn:110306223335278,[ProvL3VPN]interface_AddInterface.xde@ProvDriver:110117:35.test,[ProvL3VPN]interface_AddInterface.xde@ProvDriver:110117:35,[ProvL3VPN]interface_CE_7867.xde@ProvDriver:110117:32.script,[ProvL3VPN]interface_CE_7867.xde@ProvDriver:110117:32,[ProvL3VPN]interface_CE.xde@ProvDriver:110117:2.steps.ProvDriver:110117:2.script,[ProvL3VPN]interface_CE.xde@ProvDriver:110117:2.steps.ProvDriver:110117:2,[ProvL3VPN]interface_interface_provisioning.xde@ProvDriver:110117:6.steps.ProvDriver:110117:2.script,[ProvL3VPN]interface_interface_provisioning.xde@ProvDriver:110117:6.steps.ProvDriver:110117:2,[ProvL3VPN]l3vpnService_MplsVpnLink.xde@ProvDriver:110117:2.script,[ProvL3VPN]l3vpnService_MplsVpnLink.xde@ProvDriver:110117:2,[ProvL3VPN]MPLS_BGP_Layer3_VPN.xde@ProvDriver:110117:7.steps.ProvDriver:110117:2.script,[ProvL3VPN]MPLS_BGP_Layer3_VPN.xde@ProvDriver:110117:7.steps.ProvDriver:110117:2,[ProvDriver]executeServiceRequest.xde@rquinn:110201175843474.script,[ProvDriver]executeServiceRequest.xde@rquinn:110201175843474</p>

Conditions:
Trying to configure MPLS service Policy with CE router beeing ASR9K.
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