Router / Protocol Problem
rodunn at cisco.com
Wed Sep 6 19:38:50 UTC 2006
Get a sniffer trace. Packets on the wire prove what's going on.
Without that kind of real data everything is just speculation.
On Wed, Sep 06, 2006 at 12:16:01PM -0400, Mike Walter wrote:
> Sorry, I am running iBGP. I just swapped out the NPE225 engine to a
> NPE400 and 512MB and have not seen a change yet. I am still unable to
> reach the sites. I am going to give it a while and sometime soon reboot
> the other router. I removed the single /24 today out the one connection
> to see if that would change anything as well.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Hank Nussbacher [mailto:hank at efes.iucc.ac.il]
> Sent: Wednesday, September 06, 2006 12:07 PM
> To: Mike Walter
> Cc: Justin M. Streiner; nanog at merit.edu
> Subject: RE: Router / Protocol Problem
> On Wed, 6 Sep 2006, Mike Walter wrote:
> > Thanks for everyone's great input. Here are answers to Justin's
> > questions.
> > #1 - 12.3.6a - 7204VXR (NPE400) 512MB - 200+ MB free
> > #2 - 12.2.15T5 - cisco 7204VXR (NPE225) - 256MB (I have a NPE400 -
> > I want to swap in) - 23MB Free (Issue?)
> > Full Routes from all peers. No internal routing protocol as of yet,
> > static routes. Getting ready to implement OSPF. I have not rebooted
> > the routers as a test. I have CEF on both routers. I have had some
> > customers complaining about slowness.
> No internal routing protocol? Not even iBGP? How do the 2 routers
> exchange info? How do the internal systems know which router to exit
> from? Or are they both independent?
> I assume you are AS26241 and peer with 3356, 4323 and 6181.
> I also assume you should be announcing your 2 prefixes:
> but you have deaggregated a single /24 - 184.108.40.206/24 which has sent
> 34 BGP updates in the past 24 hours (which might be ok).
> So, it is a bit hard to debug this with only partial info.
> Hank Nussbacher
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