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The NCT and SHM sites deployed NE40E-X8 and had TE tunnels to the sites at the opposite end. All the TE tunnels, which were established using explicit paths, were controlled by a tunnel policy to share load.
tunnel0/0/480 configured on NCT-1 was the TE tunnel from NCT-1 to SHM-1 and was specified by an explicit path to pass hop POS_1/2/2. Configurations for tunnel0/0/480 and the explicit path are as follows:
description TO Sharm-01-ST
ip address unnumbered interface LoopBack0
tunnel-protocol mpls te
mpls te tunnel-id 480
mpls te record-route label
mpls te path explicit-path sharm10-pos-1/2/2
mpls te igp shortcut
mpls te igp metric absolute 1
mpls te reserved-for-binding
mpls te commit
next hop 10.167.16.34
After a technician ran tracert lsp te tunnel0/0/480 on NCT-1, the following path information was displayed:
<NCT-RNC-NE40E-01>tracert lsp te Tunnel 0/0/480
LSP Trace Route FEC: TE TUNNEL IPV4 SESSION QUERY Tunnel0/0/480 , press CTRL_C to break.
TTL Replier Time Type Downstream
0 Ingress 10.167.16.38/[65545 ]
1 10.64.1.48 17 ms Egress
To address the issue, Huawei performed the following operations and observed the following information:
1. Checked logs of NCT-1 and SHM-1.
On NCT-1, an alarm indicating that POS_1/2/2 was down was found. On SHM-1, no alarm indicating that a POS interface was down was found. Therefore, routes to interface 10.167.16.34 (POS_1/3/0) of SHM-1 were advertised to NCT-1 using OSPF. On NCT-1, as POS_1/2/2 of NCT-1 was down, the egress interface for routes to interface 10.167.16.34 of SHM-1 was POS_5/0/2. As such, during the TE re-establishment process, RSVP packets were forwarded through POS_5/0/2.
2. Checked configurations on NCT-1 and SHM-1.CSPF was disabled. As a result, a CR-LSP was not set up as a strict explicit path, and the tunnel carrying the CR-LSP took POS_5/0/2. When POS_/1/2/2 on NCT-1 became up, the path did not change because the mpls te record-route label command was executed for tunnel0/0/480.
1. When the physical link is normal:
Reset the tunnel, or
Delete the mpls te record-route label command and run the mpls te commit and mpls te record-route label commands for tunnel0/0/480, so a CR-LSP is set up based on the normal routing algorithm.2. Enable CSPF globally.