[c-nsp] Strange problems with Cisco ASR1002 RP1

Georgi Georgiev gxgeorgiev at gmail.com
Fri Dec 7 07:30:26 EST 2018


Can you share the output of ‘show int <int name>’ ? It could be wedge interface.  Check the input queue size and packets within. If the packets are more than the max size it is wedge interface.


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> On 7 Dec 2018, at 8:30, Olivier CALVANO <o.calvano at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi
> I have a very strange problem with Cisco ASRs that I have never had before.
> I have a chassis equipped with an ESP20 card, everything seems to work
> because no message in the logs but impossible to ping it.
> The interfaces are UP on each side, the IPs are ok.on the ASR I can not
> even ping the IP assigned to the interface (it does not even ping his ip).
> I change the SFP, no change
> I change the ESP, no change
> I change the chassis, no change
> I change the port and the SFP on the other router or it is connected, no
> change
> I change the IOS version, no change
> the port on the other router works without problems because tested with a
> cisco 7201
> would I have missed something in an activation? the config could not be
> simpler, realized with the command setup
> thanks for your suggestion
> Olivier
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