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CLUSTER NETWORK DEGRADED Autosupport Messages for ISL issues

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Applies to

  • CN1610 
  • Cisco FASTPATH 1.2.0.7 
  • RCF v1.2 - 2015-01-13.

Issue

  • CLUSTER NETWORK DEGRADED AutoSupport messages:
Sun Dec 20 16:06:47 CET [node_name-a: vifmgr: callhome.clus.net.degraded:alert]: Call home for CLUSTER NETWORK DEGRADED: Large MTU Packet Loss - Ping failures detected between node_name-a_clus1 ( 169.254.101.195 ) on node_name-a and node_name-b_clus2 ( 169.254.137.8 ) on node_name-b
 
  • All the ports in the cluster nodes are reporting illegal and error symbols. Example:
=-=-=-=-=-=Thu Feb 18 2021, 15:13:31 CET
-- interface  e0b  (13 days, 4 hours, 22 minutes, 23 seconds) --
  Error symbol:       83  | Illegal symbol:     53  | Bus overruns:        0
-- interface  e0d  (13 days, 4 hours, 22 minutes, 15 seconds) --
  Error symbol:       55  | Illegal symbol:     32  | Bus overruns:        

 

 

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