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Log Reference

AR120, AR150, AR160, AR200, AR1200, AR2200, AR3200, and AR3600 V200R007

This document supports all the logs of device, including the parameters, meaning, possible causes and solution.
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OSPF/4/INTF_NSR_OVERTIME_LIMIT: The interface go on process, as slave's ack didn't come for [ULONG] seconds. (IfName=[STRING1], IpAddr=[IPADDR], ProcessId=[USHORT], AreaId=[STRING2])


If the OSPF interface on the active board receives no response from the standby board within a specified interval, the active board considers that the standby board has responded and does not require retransmission of backup messages.


Parameter Name Parameter Meaning
[ULONG] Total time that the interface waits for the response from the standby board, in seconds
IfName Interface name
IpAddr IP address of the interface
ProcessId Process ID to which the interface belongs
AreaId Area ID to which the interface belongs

Possible Causes

After the OSPF interface on the active board initiates a handshake with the standby board, the interface waits for a response from the standby board. If the total waiting time exceeds the upper limit (equal to or less than 600 seconds, generally 40 times of the retransmission interval), it may be caused by inconsistent OSPF interface statuses on the active board and the standby board, blocked backup channel, or loss of backup messages.


  1. Run the display ospf interface command to check whether the statuses of OSPF interfaces on the active board and the standby board are consistent.

    • If they are consistent, ignore this log message.
    • If they are inconsistent, contact contact technical support personnel.

Updated: 2019-05-29

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