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S12700 V200R013C00 Log Reference

This document provides the explanations, causes, and recommended actions of logs on the product.
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IPV4-IPV6

IPV4-IPV6

IPV4-IPV6/4/MAXNUM_UNCAMP

Message

IPV4-IPV6/4/MAXNUM_UNCAMP:The number of tunnels [tunnel-number1] configured on the old main control board is greater than the maximum number of tunnels [tunnel-number2] that can be configured on the new main control board.

Description

The number of tunnels configured on the old main control board was greater than the allowable maximum number of tunnels configured on the new main control board.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning
[tunnel-number1] Indicates the number of tunnels configured on the old main control board.
[tunnel-number2] Indicates the allowable maximum number of tunnels configured on the new main control board.

Possible Causes

The specifications of the new version were smaller. As a result, the number of tunnels configured on the old main control board was greater than the allowable maximum number of tunnels configured on the new main control board.

Procedure

  1. Check specifications and configurations to make sure that the specifications of the new main control board are larger than the configurations of the old main control board.

IPV4-IPV6/3/MTU_MIN

Message

IPV4-IPV6/3/MTU_MIN:The path MTU or IPv6 MTU of the outgoing interface on [interface-name] is less than the lower threshold 1280 bytes.

Description

The path MTU or IPv6 MTU of the outgoing interface was less than 1280 bytes.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning

[interface-name]

Indicates the name of an interface.

Possible Causes

The path MTU or IPv6 MTU of the outgoing interface was less than 1280 bytes.

Procedure

  1. Check related information on the IPv6 MTU or path MTU in the log.
  2. Run the display ipv6 interface command to view the IPv6 MTUs of the interfaces on the link, find the interface whose IPv6 MTU is less than 1280 bytes, and modify the IPv6 MTU on this interface.

IPV4-IPV6/4/UNIDE_SPEC_T

Message

IPV4-IPV6/4/UNIDE_SPEC_T:Obtain an unknown object type when parsing the tunnel specification. (Type=[ULONG])

Description

An unknown object type was obtained in the process of parsing tunnel specifications.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning
Type Indicates the object type.

Possible Causes

An unknown object type was obtained.

Procedure

  1. Collect log information and configuration information, and then contact technical support personnel.
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Updated: 2019-04-09

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