Cisco Bug: CSCvi94885 - MKA: Changing key server priority on fly causing MKA session stuck in Pending state on N7k
Apr 19, 2018
- Cisco Nexus 7000 Series Switches
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Symptom: The MKA session may not come up on the N7k/N77 when the key-server priority on the remote ASR9k/1k/Cat9k is increased on the fly to make the Nexus device as the key-server. Conditions: N7k/N77 begins as a member in a secure session where the ASR 9k/1k/cat9k is the key-server. Key-server priority on the remote device is increased on the fly causing the N7k/N77 to automatically get elected as the key-server. N7k/N77 may show itself as the key-server now, but the session remains in pending state and the link is not secured and the traffic fails.
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