Cisco Bug: CSCuw21955 - Modify Dummy Interruption Packet To Prevent ASR9K errors
Aug 17, 2018
- Cisco Videoscape Distribution Suite for Television
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Symptom: In our case as we have seen the packets are getting dropped due to the "L3_NOT_MYMAC" NP counter. This is because at the point in capture these 2 counters are same. The RESOLVE_INGRESS_DROP_CNT is an aggregate counter and hence I looked into what individual counter may be the cause. Hence In our case they are dropped by the fact that packets received with a dmac that is not in our ?listen? table as well as some other unrecognized protocols. 32 RESOLVE_INGRESS_DROP_CNT 979566644 911 328 L3_NOT_MYMAC 979566646 911 L3_NOT_MYMAC A layer3 unicast IPV4/IPV6 frame does not have the destination mac address of the router. These are dropped. Conditions: CDS streamers directly connected to ASR9K routers for video streaming.
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