[c-nsp] me3600X-CX 15.2(4)S2 GigE port-channel to ASR9k - isis blind

Pete Lumbis alumbis at gmail.com
Thu Apr 25 09:48:08 EDT 2013

With regards to the IIH padding, disabling padding only disables the
padding after a neighbor is discovered. You need to tack on the "always"
keyword to disable all padding. This may be hidden as it was only recently
exposed (but it's been there for a long time).

On Thu, Apr 25, 2013 at 6:01 AM, Adam Vitkovsky <adam.vitkovsky at swan.sk>wrote:

> Hi folks,
> I got unidirectional link for CLNS on a routed port-channel between
> me3600x-cx and ASR9k. There's only one GigE in the bundle on both ends.
> ASR9k sees IIHs in and out however on CX I do not see IIHs from ASR9k.
> Also I have noticed that CX pads the IIH to the full MTU even though the
> interface is configured as p2p and I have hello padding disabled for p2p
> interfaces.
> I have the same setup towards me3600x with no issues (well BFD is not
> functional)
> Everything runs smooth on physical interfaces, CX also disables IIH padding
> CX is 15.2(4)S2
> X is 15.3(1)S
> I guess I have to try with 15.2(4)S3 on CX
> adam
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