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Cisco Bug: CSCvu07084 - switches running 16.11.1 seeing RBM errors when DNA configured using VRFs and IPv6

Last Modified

Oct 19, 2020

Products (6)

  • Cisco 2600 Series Multiservice Platforms
  • Cisco Catalyst 9500 Series Switches
  • Cisco Catalyst 9600 Series Switches
  • Cisco Catalyst 9200 Series Switches
  • Cisco Catalyst 9300 Series Switches
  • Cisco Catalyst 9400 Series Switches

Known Affected Releases

Gibraltar-16.11.1

Description (partial)

Symptom:
see the following logs:

%RBM-3-RBM_ERR: Invalid tableid = 0xFFFF with af = 2 -Process= "RBM CORE", ipl= 0, pid= 529

%RBM-7-RBM_ASSERT: Assertion failed: ../VIEW_ROOT/cisco.comp/cts/rbm/src/rbm_ipsgt_db.c:2337:rbm_ip_ipsgt_table_new_for_tableid(): 'tableid != ((tableid_t)((topoid_t)0xffff))' -Process= "RBM CORE", ipl= 0, pid= 529-Traceback= 1#08ef74331bfdbfb41968d56258cbdfab  iosd_shr_m_uk9_CTS_RBM_crb:7F80AABCD000+C8219 iosd_shr_m_uk9_CTS_RBM_crb:7F80AABCD000+BCBD0 iosd_shr_m_uk9_CTS_RBM_crb:7F80AABCD000+87014 iosd_shr_m_uk9_CTS_RBM_crb:7F80AABCD000+8178B iosd_shr_m_uk9_CTS_CORE_crb:7F80AAFFC000+1F9A2F iosd_shr_m_uk9_CTS_RBM_crb:7F80AABCD000+79881 iosd_shr_m_uk9_CTS_RBM_crb:7F80AABCD000+79633

%RBM-3-RBM_ERR: Could not allocate IP-SGT table for tableid 0xFFFF afi 1 -Process= "RBM CORE", ipl= 0, pid= 529
006294: 

%RBM-3-RBM_ERR: No binding table for prefix XXXX:::::XXXX/128 af 2 tableid 65535 idb 0x0 -Process= "RBM CORE", ipl= 0, pid= 529

%RBM-3-RBM_ERR: IP to SGT binding request 0xF600116C failed with status 3 -Process= "RBM CORE", ipl= 0, pid= 529

Conditions:
IPv6 running
DNAC configured
AAA configured
VRF configuration
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