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Cisco Bug: CSCvs81835 - Switch Crash @ sisf_snooping_policy_get_seclvl

Last Modified

Aug 29, 2020

Products (1)

  • Cisco Catalyst 3650 Series Switches

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Description (partial)

multiple 3650 Switches  in an stack may crash after sometime at the sisf_snooping_policy_get_seclvl function

The conditions leading to the crash involve:

-client mac and IP gets learned because of a snooping policy such as "ip dhcp snooping vlan x"
-authentication fails and client entry gets moved to a new vlan because of a configuration such as:
   interface <if>
      authentication event fail action authorize vlan y
-the snooping policy configuration is deleted on vlan x
    no ip dhcp snooping vlan x
-some time later, the client authentication succeeds then fails. The crash is caused by the client entry having a reference to a policy that was deleted.

The problem is specific to client device-tracking entries being move across VLANs (for example as a result of Sanet authentication change, or integrated wireless controller changes.
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