meaning of syslog message: %FIB-4-FIBBADSNMPPREFIX

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Jun 12th, 2007

I have got a customer who gets some strange syslog messages on a cisco 2821 (with integrated WAE module) and I cannot found any details about them.

IOS: c2800nm-advipservicesk9-mz.124-11.T2.bin

it seems that there is no impact on the functionality but the router is running in a test environment so I can not say for sure. Perhaps someone could give more details on the messages:

Jun 11 07:24:43: %FIB-4-FIBBADSNMPPREFIX: Invalid prefix passed to CEF SNMP walk er (0.0.0.1/0)., -Traceback= 0x415956CC 0x418CCF28 0x41BADB64 0x41BAC650 0x425E

BC64 0x425EFADC 0x425E0BC4 0x4260A370 0x428AC50C 0x428AC4F0 Jun 11 10:24:36: %FIB-4-FIBBADSNMPPREFIX: Invalid prefix passed to CEF SNMP walk er (0.0.0.1/0)., -Traceback= 0x415956CC 0x418CCF28 0x41BADB64 0x41BAC650 0x425E

BC64 0x425EFADC 0x425E0BC4 0x4260A370 0x428AC50C 0x428AC4F0 Jun 11 11:24:37: %FIB-4-FIBBADSNMPPREFIX: Invalid prefix passed to CEF SNMP walk er (0.0.0.1/0)., -Traceback= 0x415956CC 0x418CCF28 0x41BADB64 0x41BAC650 0x425E

BC64 0x425EFADC 0x425E0BC4 0x4260A370 0x428AC50C 0x428AC4F0 Jun 11 14:24:38: %FIB-4-FIBBADSNMPPREFIX: Invalid prefix passed to CEF SNMP walk er (0.0.0.1/0)., -Traceback= 0x415956CC 0x418CCF28 0x41BADB64 0x41BAC650 0x425E

BC64 0x425EFADC 0x425E0BC4 0x4260A370 0x428AC50C 0x428AC4F0 Jun 11 18:24:51: %FIB-4-FIBBADSNMPPREFIX: Invalid prefix passed to CEF SNMP walk er (0.0.0.1/0)., -Traceback= 0x415956CC 0x418CCF28 0x41BADB64 0x41BAC650 0x425E

BC64 0x425EFADC 0x425E0BC4 0x4260A370 0x428AC50C 0x428AC4F0 Jun 12 01:24:33: %FIB-4-FIBBADSNMPPREFIX: Invalid prefix passed to CEF SNMP walk er (0.0.0.1/0)., -Traceback= 0x415956CC 0x418CCF28 0x41BADB64 0x41BAC650 0x425E

BC64 0x425EFADC 0x425E0BC4 0x4260A370 0x428AC50C 0x428AC4F0 Jun 12 07:24:34: %FIB-4-FIBBADSNMPPREFIX: Invalid prefix passed to CEF SNMP walk er (0.0.0.1/0)., -Traceback= 0x415956CC 0x418CCF28 0x41BADB64 0x41BAC650 0x425E

BC64 0x425EFADC 0x425E0BC4 0x4260A370 0x428AC50C 0x428AC4F0

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Correct Answer by Joe Clarke about 9 years 5 months ago

Say hello to CSCsi02671 which is fixed in the unreleased 12.4(14)T. The bug is moderate severity, and this does not appear to be impacting to the functionality or performance of the router.

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Joe Clarke Tue, 06/12/2007 - 07:36

Say hello to CSCsi02671 which is fixed in the unreleased 12.4(14)T. The bug is moderate severity, and this does not appear to be impacting to the functionality or performance of the router.

stevek1 Tue, 10/16/2007 - 21:51

Spot on the money as always Joe. Keep up the good work.

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