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Cluster peer ping failing on some interfaces

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Applies to

  • ONTAP 9
  • Cluster peering

Issue

Some interfaces are unreachable when performing a cluster peer ping:
 
Cluster1::> cluster peer ping
Node: Cluster1-01        Destination Cluster: Cluster1
Destination Node IP Address       Count  TTL RTT(ms) Status
---------------- ---------------- ----- ---- ------- -------------------------
Cluster1-01  192.168.x.x          1   64    0.06 interface_reachable
Cluster1-02  192.168.x.x          1    -       - unreachable
Node: Cluster1-01        Destination Cluster: Cluster2
Destination Node IP Address       Count  TTL RTT(ms) Status
---------------- ---------------- ----- ---- ------- -------------------------
Cluster2-01  192.169.x.x          1    -       - unreachable
Cluster2-02  192.169.x.x          1    -       - unreachable
Node: Cluster1-02        Destination Cluster: Cluster1
Destination Node IP Address       Count  TTL RTT(ms) Status
---------------- ---------------- ----- ---- ------- -------------------------
Cluster1-01  192.168.x.x          1    -       - unreachable
Cluster1-02  192.168.x.x          1   64   0.063 interface_reachable
Node: Cluster1-02        Destination Cluster: Cluster2
Destination Node IP Address       Count  TTL RTT(ms) Status
---------------- ---------------- ----- ---- ------- -------------------------
Cluster2-01  192.169.x.x          1    -       - unreachable
Cluster2-02  192.169.x.x          1    -       - unreachable
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