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Cisco Bug: CSCvt06999 - 16.12.3 ZBFW:Control conn flap error shows up during template push

Last Modified

Apr 22, 2020

Products (1)

  • Cisco XE SD-WAN Routers

Known Affected Releases

19.2.99

Description (partial)

Symptom:
Zone Based Firewall: Control connection flap error shows up during template push, even though no connection flap happens.

Conditions:
the template push is successful. But the control flap error is still thrown.

[15-Feb-2020 9:29:50 UTC] Configuring device with feature template: vm5_template
[15-Feb-2020 9:29:50 UTC] Generating configuration from template
[15-Feb-2020 9:30:46 UTC] Checking and creating device in vManage
[15-Feb-2020 9:30:47 UTC] Device is online
[15-Feb-2020 9:30:47 UTC] Updating device configuration in vManage
[15-Feb-2020 9:31:56 UTC] Pushing configuration to device.
[15-Feb-2020 9:32:31 UTC] Pre-checks on vManage have passed. Continuing with pushing configuration to device.
[15-Feb-2020 9:32:43 UTC] Pushing configuration to device. Please wait ... 
[15-Feb-2020 9:42:32 UTC] Config changes have been submitted to the device.Awaiting commit confirmation from device.
[15-Feb-2020 9:43:33 UTC] Control connection with the device has flapped. Checking for connection after 60. Retry attempt 1 of 16
[15-Feb-2020 9:44:41 UTC] Control connection with the device has flapped. Checking for connection after 60. Retry attempt 2 of 16
[15-Feb-2020 9:44:42 UTC] Control connection was successfully established with device.
[15-Feb-2020 9:44:47 UTC] Completed template push to device.
[15-Feb-2020 9:44:48 UTC] Template successfully attached to device
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