DFM Notification

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Oct 9th, 2007

In cisco works I expect


EVENT DESCRIPTION = OperationallyDown


When the link gose down and generates the trap for linkup linkdown


But I am getting


EVENT DESCRIPTION = ExceededMaximumUptime:



also some times i get error messages on terminal as below


Oct 6 00:29:43.314: %SNMP-3-BADOID: Attempt to generate an invalid object identifier

-Traceback= 80BC5B0C 80BC59C0 80BC57F8 80BEBA84 8028ECE0 80292318

Oct 6 00:29:47.302: %SNMP-3-BADOID: Attempt to generate an invalid object identifier

-Traceback= 80BC5B0C 80BC59C0 80BC57F8 80BEBA84 8028ECE0 80292318


please find attached configuration of router


Thx


Prasad



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jreekers Thu, 10/11/2007 - 08:52

Hi Prasad,


I'm not too sure about the first part or even how the OperationallyDown notification could be associated with the ExceededMaximumUptime response that you are seeing. Are you sure that these two aren't exclusive of each other?


As for the SNMP-3-BADOID messages you're seeing, I looked through your config and see that this is a 1721 router running some 12.3 version of IOS. This leads me to believe you're likely hitting bug CSCef67969 which is resolved in the following versions of IOS:


012.003(016.007)

12.3(11)T03

12.3(08)T06

12.3(12.02)T


Hope this information is helpful.


Regards,

-J

prasad.patkar Thu, 10/11/2007 - 22:39

Thx Jreekers,


will IOS upgrade solve my problem.

I guess exceeded max uptime is when configured for A backup or dial-on-demand port or interface has been in the Up state for too long.

and operationally down which i expect when link to that interface goes down


if ios needs to upgrade plz suggest wht to choose in enterprise ios which good support for qos and isdn.


Thx,

Prasad


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