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Cisco Bug: CSCvv14132 - All CBR-CCAP-LC-40G stuck in Unknown state post CPLD Daggit Upgrade 16.12.1Y

Last Modified

Jul 28, 2020

Products (1)

  • Cisco cBR Series Converged Broadband Routers

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Description (partial)

All cable linecards post CPLD (Daggits) Upgrade show booting->unknown reload cycle. Eventually stopping at "disabled" since the system puts the card in a held state after 10 cycles.

cBR8#sh platf

Chassis type: CBR-8-CCAP-CHASS

Slot      Type                State                 Insert time (ago) 
--------- ------------------- --------------------- ----------------- 
0         CBR-CCAP-LC-40G     booting               51w5d         
0/1       CBR-RF-PROT-PIC     ok                    51w5d         
1         CBR-CCAP-LC-40G     unknown               51w5d         
1/1       CBR-RF-PIC          ok                    51w5d         
2         CBR-CCAP-LC-40G     disabled              51w5d         
2/1       CBR-RF-PIC          ok                    51w5d         
3         CBR-CCAP-LC-40G     disabled              51w5d         
3/1       CBR-RF-PIC          ok                    51w5d         
6         CBR-CCAP-LC-40G     disabled              51w5d         
6/1       CBR-RF-PIC          ok                    51w5d         
7         CBR-CCAP-LC-40G     disabled              51w5d         
7/1       CBR-RF-PIC          ok                    51w5d         
SUP0      CBR-CCAP-SUP-160G   inserted              51w5d

Post upgrade of Cable Linecards for CPLD (Daggits) on cBR8 cable line card CBR-CCAP-LC-40G

Observed in 16.12.1YES3, however, in theory can be any system with sufficient uptime.
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