[nsp] looking for a 12.0.nS recommendation

Pete Kruckenberg pete at kruckenberg.com
Tue Mar 4 00:28:55 EST 2003

What is the deal with the recent rash of SNMP problems in

I have the exact same issue with 12.0.21-S{4,5}, which was
supposed to be fixed in -5. SNMP works fine for a week, then
I can't see in-bound (this is a VIP issue, the RP reports
both in-bound and out-bound, but SNMP apparently polls the
VIP, which shows only out-bound). Was supposed to be fixed
in -S5. Nope.

We decided no SNMP was better than our other bug options.  
Good thing I don't bill customers...

12.0.21-S3 worked pretty well, just had a multicast bug that
we're still trying to get a fix for (after a year). This was
also supposedly fixed in -S5, but no go.


On Mon, 3 Mar 2003 jlewis at lewis.org wrote:

> Date: Mon, 3 Mar 2003 15:34:12 -0500 (EST)
> From: jlewis at lewis.org
> To: cisco-nsp at puck.nether.net
> Subject: [nsp] looking for a 12.0.nS recommendation
> What's a stable recent 12.0 S (after the ST merger) that'll support OSPF, 
> BGP, MPLS VPN, and ospf max-paths 8 on 7200's and 7500's?
> I've got a 7513 running 12.0.24S that worked fine for a week, then the 
> SNMP counters on one of the PA-FE's quit working.  I've got a couple of 
> 7206's running 121-5.T12 (max-paths supported = 6) and need to upgrade 
> them to something that'll do 8.  I know 12.0.24S has max-paths 8, but I'd 
> kind of like my traffic graphs to work.  
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