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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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ISIS/4/ADJ_CHANGE_LEVEL

ISIS/4/ADJ_CHANGE_LEVEL

Message

ISIS/4/ADJ_CHANGE_LEVEL:The neighbor of ISIS was changed. (IsisProcessId=[USHORT], Neighbor=[STRING], InterfaceName=[STRING], CurrentState=[STRING], ChangeType=[STRING], Level=[STRING])

Description

The IS-IS neighbor changed.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning

IsisProcessId

Indicates the ID of an IS-IS process.

Neighbor

Indicates the system ID of a neighbor.

InterfaceName

Indicates the name of an interface.

CurrentState

Indicates the current status, including the following:
  • UP

  • INIT

  • DOWN

ChangeType

Indicates the type of a change.
  • MULTIPLE_P2P_AD: indicates that repeated P2P neighbors appear.

  • L1_CIRCUIT_DOWN: indicates that the Level-1 interface is Down.

  • L2_CIRCUIT_DOWN: indicates that the Level-2 interface is Down.

  • CIRCUIT_DOWN: indicates that the P2P interface is Down.

  • CLEAR_L1_NEIGHBOUR: indicates that the Level-1 neighbor changes after the undo isis command is used.

  • CLEAR_L2_NEIGHBOUR: indicates that the Level-2 neighbor changes after the undo isis command is used.

  • CLEAR_NEIGHBOUR: indicates that the P2P neighbor changes after the undo isis command is used.

  • P2P_HOLDTIMER_EXPIRED: indicates the P2P neighbor times out.

  • L1_HOLDTIMER_EXPIRED: indicates that the Level-1 neighbor times out.

  • L2_HOLDTIMER_EXPIRED: indicates that the Level-2 neighbor times out.

  • NEW_L1_ADJ: indicates a new Level-1 neighbor.

  • NEW_L2_ADJ: indicates a new Level-2 neighbor.

  • USGAGE_MISMATCH: indicates that the type of the neighbor is different from that of the Hello message.

  • UPDT_LSP_FAILED: indicates that updating the neighbor status in the LSP fails.

  • NO_MEMORY_FOR_HIGER_PRIORITY_ADJ: indicates that there is no available memory for neighbors with high priorities.

  • DIFFERENT_NET: indicates that the network address of the neighbor changes.

  • P2P_CIRCUIT_ID_CONFLT: indicates that IDs of P2P interfaces conflict.

  • NEW_ADJ: indicates a new P2P neighbor.

  • AREA_MISMATCH: indicates the area address of the neighbor does not match the local area address.

  • 3_WAY_DOWN: indicates that the neighbor is Down during three-way handshake.

  • 3_WAY_INIT: indicates that the neighbor is Init during three-way handshake.

  • 3_WAY_UP: indicates that the neighbor is Up during three-way handshake.

  • P2P_INIT_MEMORY_SHORTAGE: indicates that the memory is not enough and the P2P neighbor is in the init state.

  • PROTOCOL_V4_6_TO_V4: indicates that the neighbor type changes from IPv4 and IPv6 to IPv4.

  • PROTOCOL_V4_6_TO_V6: indicates that the neighbor type changes from IPv4 and IPv6 to IPv6.

  • PROTOCOL_V4_TO_V4_6: indicates that the neighbor type changes from IPv4 to IPv4 and IPv6.

  • PROTOCOL_V6_TO_V4_6: indicates that the neighbor type changes from IPv6 to IPv4 and IPv6.

  • PROTOCOL_V4_TO_V6: indicates that the neighbor type changes from IPv4 to IPv6.

  • PROTOCOL_V6_TO_V4: indicates that the neighbor type changes from IPv6 to IPv4.

  • L1_BFD_DOWN: indicates that Level-1 BFD is Down.

  • L2_BFD_DOWN: indicates that Level-2 BFD is Down.

  • L12_BFD_DOWN: indicates that Level-1-2 BFD is Down.

  • TUNNEL_LEVEL_CHANGE: indicates that the tunnel level changes.

  • TUNNEL_L1_NEW: indicates that a Level-1 tunnel neighbor is generated.

  • TUNNEL_L2_NEW: indicates that a Level-2 tunnel neighbor is generated.

  • TUNNEL_L1_DOWN: indicates the Level-1 tunnel neighbor is Down.

  • TUNNEL_L2_DOWN: indicates the Level-2 tunnel neighbor is Down.

  • TUNNEL_L2_TO_L12: indicates that the neighbor changes from a Level-2 neighbor to a Level-1-2 neighbor.

  • TUNNEL_L1_TO_L12: indicates that the neighbor changes from a Level-1 neighbor to a Level-1-2 neighbor.

  • NEW_ADJ_CREATE: indicates that a new neighbor is generated.

  • NO_COMMON_TOPOLOGY: indicates that the topology information carried in the received Hello message is different from that of the neighbor.

  • REMOTE_IS_PACKET_CHANGED: indicates that the Hello message sent by the remote neighbor changes.

  • NO_SNPA_IN_IIH: indicates that the received Hello message does not contain the SNPA address.

Level

Indicates the neighbor type.

Possible Causes

The IS-IS neighbor changed.

Procedure

  1. This log message is informational only, and no action is required.
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