Hi John,

Unfortunately we have seen several examples of this on the ASR9k platform with 
partial NP microcode lockups. Almost every case relates to us using more than 2 
or 3 'features' per physical interface (like Sampled Netflow + Mirror First 64 
bytes + Sub Interfaces + CBQoS). These may not apply to you, but after 
countless TAC cases and following various leads I can confirm there are many 
different new and exciting ways to break it with each IOS release. We also had 
examples of breakage in only IPv4 or only IPv6, or only sub-interfaces... and 
so on.

In all cases, the rest of the platform (forwarding, routing and in some cases 
even hardware BFD) continued to believe the port was up/up. In fact, in several 
cases even the port mirroring itself continued to work - but none of the 
traffic on the mirror was actually being forwarded. All of our examples were 
repeatable with the correct combination of features. For other readers, all of 
these issues were in the 5.3.3 train and at the very beginning of the 5.3.4 
train (mostly fixed in 5.3.4 SMUs).

So, purely on experience with the 9k platform (XR obviously), this sounds like 
you are hitting a bug to me. TAC may be your best option here, or start 
stripping out features until it stops doing it, then add them back in the same 
order you removed them (which is what we did, as TAC was taking too long).

Not a massive amount of help, but thought I'd share!

Cheers,



Robert Williams
Custodian Data Centre
Email: rob...@custodiandc.com
http://www.CustodianDC.com

-----Original Message-----
From: cisco-nsp [mailto:cisco-nsp-boun...@puck.nether.net] On Behalf Of John 
Osmon
Sent: 19 May 2017 05:44
To: Cisco Network Service Providers <cisco-nsp@puck.nether.net>
Subject: [c-nsp] ASR1002 -- interface stops passing IPv4 traffic?

I've never found an IOS device I couldn't tame with the help of Usenet and then 
google.  However, I'm new to the ASR1000 and IOS-XE, and I'm running into 
something I've never seen before.

I've got GigE ports that will pass traffic, and then suddenly stop.
The interface still shows up/up, but you can't even ping the local interface 
from the router itself.

We've can restore traffic by moving the config to another port, but the "dead" 
port stays dead.  We've tried shut/no shut, new SFPs, and new configs -- but 
the port still won't work.

Interestingly, the port *DOES* work with IPv6 -- but not IPv4.  This router 
doesn't use IPv6, but when I put an address on the interface, it is pingable.

If you apply an IPv4 /24 to the dead interface, the routing table shows the /24 
as a "connected" network, and shows a "local" /32 for the address in use -- but 
is not pingable.

The only thing we've found in common between the ports is that they were 
connected to eBGP peers.  We've had three events, on ports connected to two 
different providers.

My next step is to get to the colo and move one of the "dead" ports to a 
spanned port switch and start sniffing the line.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.  Hardware in use includes:
   ASR1000-ESP10
   ASR1002-RP1
   SPA-8X1GE-V2

Problem has occurred in both built-in and SPA-8X1GE-V2 ports, with multi-mode, 
and GE-T transceivers.

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