[c-nsp] Loop/Unreachable problem with C6500/SUP720

Randy randy_94108 at yahoo.com
Wed Aug 8 15:19:06 EDT 2012

As Gert has already pointed out, under no circumstances is the *normal behavior*.

This is the result of either a mis-configuration or bug - hard to tell without looking at OP's ospf/bgp config.

I am on sxi; similar setup with no issues.

--- On Wed, 8/8/12, Tim Densmore <tdensmore at tarpit.cybermesa.com> wrote:

> From: Tim Densmore <tdensmore at tarpit.cybermesa.com>
> Subject: Re: [c-nsp] Loop/Unreachable problem with C6500/SUP720
> To: cisco-nsp at puck.nether.net
> Date: Wednesday, August 8, 2012, 11:03 AM
> On 8/8/2012 10:29 AM, Xu Hu wrote:
> > If yes, it is a normal behaviour.
> Hi,
> Can you explain in what circumstance this would be
> normal?  IIRC, OSPF has an AD of 110 and iBGP 200, so
> even if the routes weren't known via connected, how would
> they randomly compete for space in the FIB?  I don't
> have OSPF or BGP running on any SVIs, so this is an honest
> question, not snarkiness, since I may find myself in this
> scenario in the not too distant future, albeit on 7600s
> rather than 6500s.  Pointers to docs would be great.
> Thanks,
> TD
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