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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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BGP

BGP

BGP/4/ASPATH_EXCEED_MAXNUM

Message

BGP/4/ASPATH_EXCEED_MAXNUM:The number of AS-PATHs exceeded the limit([limit-value]). (Operation=[STRING])

Description

The number of AS_Paths exceeded the maximum value.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning
[limit-value] Indicates the maximum number of AS_Paths.
Operation Indicates related operations.
  • Discarding routes: The NLRI will be treated as Withdraw.
  • Using the aggregation command without as-set: Routes are summarized without AS-set.
  • Failing to make a policy effective: The policy will not work.

Possible Causes

  • The maximum number of AS_Paths supported is too small.
  • The AS_Path attribute in the received routes is too long.

Procedure

  1. If services are not affected, no action is required.
  2. If services are affected, check whether the maximum number of AS_Paths supported is too small.

    • If the maximum number of AS_Paths supported is too small, go to Step 3.
    • If whether the maximum number of AS_Paths supported is too small cannot be determined or the maximum number is normal, go to Step 4.

  3. Run the as-path-limit [ as-path-limit-num ] command in the BGP view to configure an appropriate maximum number of AS_Paths supported.
  4. Collect log information and configuration information, and then contact technical support personnel.

BGP/4/CANNOT_FIND_PEER

Message

BGP/4/CANNOT_FIND_PEER:When the system backed up the GR capability, BGP could not find the peer [STRING]. (AFI=[USHORT], SAFI=[USHORT])

Description

When the system backed up the GR capability, BGP could not find the peer.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning
[STRING] Indicates the IP address of the peer.
AFI Indicates the address family identifier (AFI) of the peer.
SAFI Indicates the sub-address family identifier (SAFI) of the peer.

Possible Causes

Configurations on the AMB and the SMB were inconsistent.

Procedure

  1. Restart the SMB by using the configuration file as same as that of the AMB.

BGP/6/CONFIRM_N

Message

BGP/6/CONFIRM_N:A user input "No" to reject the operation.

Description

When a specific operation needed to be confirmed, a user entered N to cancel the operation.

Parameters

None.

Possible Causes

Changing configurations about BGP connections requires to reset BGP sessions. Therefore, users need to confirm the action, and users input N to cancel the operation.

Procedure

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

BGP/6/CONFIRM_TIMEOUT

Message

BGP/6/CONFIRM_TIMEOUT:When a user did not input any word in [timeout-time]s, the system exited from the operation automatically.

Description

The system automatically quit the operation because a user input nothing within the maximum number of seconds specified by user to confirm the operation.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning
[timeout-time] Indicates the maximum number of seconds taken by a user to confirm the operation.

Possible Causes

When BGP configurations related to connections changed, re-connection was required and a user need input confirmation information. If the user did not input Y or N within the specified period of time, the system quit the confirmation and did not proceed with the operation by default.

Procedure

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

BGP/6/CONFIRM_Y

Message

BGP/6/CONFIRM_Y:A user input "Yes" to confirm the operation.

Description

When a specific operation needed to be confirmed, a user entered Y to proceed with the operation.

Parameters

None.

Possible Causes

Changing configurations about BGP connections requires to reset BGP sessions. Therefore, users need to confirm the action, and users input Y to perform the operation.

Procedure

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

BGP/6/GR_NOTIFY_ENTER

Message

BGP/6/GR_NOTIFY_ENTER:BGP entered the GR status.

Description

BGP entered the GR status.

Parameters

None.

Possible Causes

BGP entered the GR status.

Procedure

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

BGP/6/GR_NOTIFY_EXIT

Message

BGP/6/GR_NOTIFY_EXIT:BGP exited from the GR status.

Description

BGP exited from the GR state.

Parameters

None.

Possible Causes

BGP exited from the GR state.

Procedure

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

BGP/6/INST_EXIT_GR

Message

BGP/6/INST_EXIT_GR:The BGP instance [vpn-instance] exited from GR and notified the RM.

Description

The BGP instance exited from GR and notified the event to RM.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning
[vpn-instance] Indicates a VPN instance.

Possible Causes

This was a normal GR process and was triggered when a BGP instance exited from GR.

Procedure

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

BGP/4/IPV4_ROUTE_LCS_EXC

Message

BGP/4/IPV4_ROUTE_LCS_EXC:The number of IPv4 routes reached the maximum value [max-route-value] defined in the License file.

Description

The number of IPv4 routes exceeded the maximum value defined by the licensefile.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning
[max-route-value] Indicates the maximum of IPv4 routes defined in the license file.

Possible Causes

The number of IPv4 routes exceeded the maximum value defined by the license file.

Procedure

  1. Check the topology and the configuration of the network, and check whether excessive routes are caused by the requirements of actual applications or incorrect topology configuration.
  2. If the excessive routes are caused by the requirements of actual applications, expand the license.

BGP/4/IPV6_ROUTE_LCS_EXCD

Message

BGP/4/IPV6_ROUTE_LCS_EXCD:The number of IPv6 routes reached the maximum value [max-route-value] defined in the License file.

Description

The number of IPv6 routes reached the maximum value defined in the license.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning
[max-route-value] Indicates the maximum number of IPv4 routes defined in the license file.

Possible Causes

The number of IPv6 routes reached the maximum value defined in the license.

Procedure

  1. Check the topology and the configuration of the network, and check whether excessive routes are caused by the requirements of actual applications or incorrect topology configuration.
  2. If the excessive routes are caused by the requirements of actual applications, expand the license.

BGP/3/MEMORY_RESTORE

Message

BGP/3/MEMORY_RESTORE:The message that memory was restored was received from the RM.

Description

The message that memory was restored was received from RM.

Parameters

None.

Possible Causes

The memory usage of the router changed from the memory shortage status to the value below the threshold.

Procedure

  1. Collect log information and configuration information, and then contact technical support personnel.

BGP/6/RECV_NOTIFY

Message

BGP/6/RECV_NOTIFY:The router received NOTIFICATION message from peer [neighbor-address]. (ErrorCode=[ULONG], SubErrorCode=[ULONG], BgpAddressFamily=[STRING], ErrorData=[STRING])

Description

The router received a Notification message from the BGP peer.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning
[neighbor-address] Indicates the IP address of a neighboring router.
ErrorCode Indicates the error code carried in a Notification message.
SubErrorCode Indicates the error subcode carried in a Notification message.
BgpAddressFamily Indicates the flag of a BGP address family. The flags are divided into public flags and VPN flags.
ErrorData Indicates the summary of error data carried in Notification messages.

Possible Causes

The router received a Notification message containing information about error codes and error subcodes from the BGP peer.

Procedure

  1. Find out the reason why the BGP peer connection is torn down and check whether the reset bgp command is used.
  2. Refer to BGP Error Code for the description of error codes and error subcodes, and possible causes.
  3. Collect log information and configuration information, and then contact technical support personnel.

BGP/3/RECV_UNSPT_AFI

Message

BGP/3/RECV_UNSPT_AFI:The UPDATE message received from peer [peer-address] contained unknown address family [address-family-attribute] in path attribute of multi-protocol unreachable network layer reachable information.

Description

MP_REACH_NLRI in an Update message received from a BGP peer contained an unknown address family attribute.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning
[peer-address] IP address of a peer
[address-family-attribute] Address family attribute value

Possible Causes

MP_REACH_NLRI in an Update message received from a BGP peer contained an unknown address family attribute.

Procedure

  1. Check whether the communication devices are of different vendors and whether the function ranges of the devices are the same.
  2. Collect log information and configuration information, and then contact technical support personnel.

BGP/4/RTID_NULL

Message

BGP/4/RTID_NULL:Failed to establish the BGP connection because the router ID was invalid. (InstanceName=[STRING])

Description

The BGP connection failed to be established because no router ID was configured for the local device.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning
InstanceName Name of a VPN instance.
NOTE:
If the BGP connection fails to be established on the public network, the value of this parameter is Public. If the BGP connection fails to be established on a private network, the value of this parameter is the name of a VPN instance.

Possible Causes

1. No router ID was configured for the local device, and no IPv4 address was configured for each physical interface and logical interface.

2. The router-id vpn-instance auto-select command is run in the BGP view or the router-id auto-select command is run in the BGP-VPN instance IPv4/IPv6 address family view, but no IPv4 addresses are configured for the physical and logical interfaces bound to the VPN instance.

Procedure

  1. If the BGP connection fails to be established on the public network, run the router-id command in the BGP view to configure a router ID for the device, or run the ip address command on a physical or logical interface to configure an IPv4 address for the interface.
  2. If the BGP connection fails to be established on a private network, run the router-id command in the corresponding address family view of the BGP VPN instance to configure a router ID for the device, or run the ip address command on a physical or logical interface to configure an IPv4 address for the interface bound to the VPN instance.

BGP/4/ROUTEADD_REACHLMT

Message

BGP/4/ROUTEADD_REACHLMT:Failed to update the route in the [flag] instance because the number of routes reached the maximum. (InstanceId=[USHORT], AFI=[USHORT], SAFI=[USHORT])

Description

Failed to update the routes in the instance because the number of routes reached the maximum value.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning
flag Flag of a BGP address family: public or VPN
InstanceId Instance ID
AFI Address family information (AFI)
SAFI Sub-address family information (SAFI)

Possible Causes

Failed to add BGP routes to the routing table because the number of routes in the routing table exceeded the maximum value.

Procedure

  1. Check the topology and the configuration of the network, and check whether excessive routes are caused by the requirements of actual applications or incorrect topology configuration.
  2. If the excessive routes are caused by the requirements of actual applications, extend the license.

BGP/4/ROUTPRIX_EXCEED

Message

BGP/4/ROUTPRIX_EXCEED:Routes received from peer [neighbor-address] including the number of prefix [receive-prefix-number] exceeded the max number of prefix [max-prefix-number]. (BgpAddressFamily=[STRING])

Description

The number of prefixes received from a peer exceeded the maximum value.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning
[neighbor-address] Indicates the IP address of a neighboring router.
[receive-prefix-number] Indicates the number of prefixes received from the neighboring router.
[max-prefix-number] Indicates the maximum number of IP prefixes.
BgpAddressFamily Indicates the flag of a BGP address family. The flags are divided into public flags and VPN flags.

Possible Causes

The number of routes received from a peer exceeded the maximum value.

Procedure

  1. Check the topology and the configuration of the network, and check whether excessive routes are caused by the requirements of actual applications or incorrect topology configuration.
  2. If excessive routes are caused by the requirements of actual applications, modify the configuration of the peer route-limit command.

BGP/3/ROUTTHRD_REACHED

Message

BGP/3/ROUTTHRD_REACHED:The number of routes received from peer [neighbor-address] reached route threshold value [threshold-value]. (BgpAddressFamily=[STRING], CurrentRouteNumber=[ULONG], MaxRouteNumber=[ULONG])

Description

The number of routes received by a neighboring router exceeded the set threshold.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning
[neighbor-address] Indicates the IP address of a neighboring router.
[threshold-value] Indicates the threshold of the number of routes.
BgpAddressFamily Indicates a BGP address family.
CurrentRouteNumber Indicates the number of current routes.
MaxRouteNumber Indicates the maximum number of routes.

Possible Causes

The number of routes received by a neighboring router exceeded the set threshold.

Procedure

  1. Check the topology and the configuration of the network, and check whether excessive routes are caused by the requirements of actual applications or incorrect topology configuration.
  2. If excessive routes are caused by the requirements of actual applications, modify the peer route-limit.

BGP/6/SEND_NOTIFY

Message

BGP/6/SEND_NOTIFY:The router sent a NOTIFICATION message to peer [peer-address]. (ErrorCode=[ULONG], SubErrorCode=[ULONG], BgpAddressFamily=[STRING], ErrorData=[STRING])

Description

The router sent a Notification message to the BGP peer.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning
[peer-address] Indicates the IP address of a BGP peer.
ErrorCode Indicates the error code carried in a sent message.
SubErrorCode Indicates the value of an error subcode.
BgpAddressFamily Indicates the flag of a BGP address family. The flags are divided into public flags and VPN flags.
ErrorData

indicates the summary of error data carried in a sent packet.

Possible Causes

The router sent a Notification message that contained information about error codes and error subcodes to the BGP peer.

Procedure

  1. Find out the reason why the BGP peer connection is torn down and check whether the reset bgp command is used.
  2. Refer to BGP Error Code for the description of error codes and error subcodes, and possible causes.
  3. Collect log information and configuration information, and then contact technical support personnel.

BGP/6/SNMP_PEER_SHUTDOWN

Message

BGP/6/SNMP_PEER_SHUTDOWN:An SNMP command was received to suspend the peer session for [peer-address]. (InstanceName:[STRING])

Description

BGP received an SNMP command to suspend the peer session.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning
[peer-address] Indicates the IP address of a peer.
InstanceName Indicates the name of a BGP instance.

Possible Causes

Set a Stop operation by using the MIB software to interrupt the connection.

Procedure

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

BGP/4/SPEC_PEER_SESSION_EXCEED

Message

BGP/4/SPEC_PEER_SESSION_EXCEED:The number of BGP peer sessions reached the maximum value [ULONG].

Description

The number of BGP peers reached the maximum value allowed [ULONG].

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning
[ULONG] Maximum number of BGP peers allowed

Possible Causes

The number of BGP peers reached the maximum value allowed.

Procedure

  1. Check the topology and configurations on the network to determine whether all the peers are necessary.
  2. If all the peers are necessary, contact technical support personnel for capacity expansion.

BGP/4/BGP_SPEC_RT_EXCD

Message

BGP/4/BGP_SPEC_RT_EXCD:The number of BGP [route-type] routes reached the maximum value [max-route-value].

Description

The number of a specific type of BGP routes reached the maximum.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning
[route-type] Type of a route, for example, BGP L2VPN-AD
[max-route-value] Maximum number of routes

Possible Causes

The number of a specific type of BGP routes reached the maximum. For example, the number of L2VPN-AD routes reached the maximum.

Procedure

  1. Check the topology and the configuration of the network to see whether excess routes are required based on actual applications or caused by the incorrect topology configuration.
  2. If excess routes are required based on actual applications, contact technical support personnel for capacity expansion.

BGP/4/SPEC_RT_EXCD_THLD

Message

BGP/4/SPEC_RT_EXCD_THLD:The number of BGP [STRING] routes reached the threshold value [ULONG].

Description

The ratio of BGP routes of a specified type to the maximum number that is allowed exceeded the alarm threshold.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning

[route-type]

BGP route type:

  • IPv4: IPv4 routes, including IPv4 public network and IPv4 VPN routes
  • IPv4 Public: IPv4 public network routes
  • IPv4 VRF: IPv4 VPN routes
  • IPv6: IPv6 routes, including IPv6 public network and IPv6 VPN routes
  • IPv6 Public: IPv6 public network routes
  • IPv6 VRF: IPv6 VPN routes
  • L2AD: BGP L2VPN-AD routes

[threshold-value]

Alarm threshold for the number of BGP routes of a specified type

Possible Causes

The ratio of BGP routes of a specified type to the maximum number that is allowed exceeded the alarm threshold.

Procedure

  1. 1. Check the network topology and configurations to determine whether this alarm is caused by configuration or topology errors or whether all the routes are necessary.
  2. If all the routes are necessary, determine whether to implement capacity expansion and contact technical support personnel.

BGP/3/STATE_CHG_UPDOWN

Message

BGP/3/STATE_CHG_UPDOWN:The status of the peer [peer-address] changed from [previous-state] to [current-state]. (InstanceName=[STRING], StateChangeReason=[STRING])

Description

The status of the peer changed.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning
[peer-address] Address of a BGP peer
[previous-state] Previous status
[current-state] Current status
InstanceName Instance name
StateChangeReason Cause of the status change

Possible Causes

The status of the BGP connection changed.

Procedure

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

BGP/4/UNKNOWN_TYPE

Message

BGP/4/UNKNOWN_TYPE:Type of the backup data was unknown. (ID=[USHORT], Length=[USHORT])

Description

The backup data of the AMB cannot be identified on the SMB.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning
ID Indicates the ID of the backup data.
Length Indicates the length of the backup data.

Possible Causes

The versions of the AMB and SMB were inconsistent.

Procedure

  1. Restart the SMB by using the version as same as that of the AMB.
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