I am trying to configure OSPF between an ASA cluster and a pair of Nexus Switches (3K). I have followed the Cisco released powerpoint presentation on the subject which says that the deployment is supported and that is about it. My setup has been deployed as the diagram below (from the PPT slides, I have attached the image as well in case it doesn't display properly):
I have HSRP running between the two Nexus switches and they are not running as a VPC as Cisco says that it is unsupported for dynamic routing. From the Nexus on the left (A) I have full adjacencies to the other Nexus and to the ASA on the Left (A) but the adjacency to the Firewall on the right (B) is constantly sat in Exstart/DRother. From the Nexus on the right (B) it is the exact opposite i.e. Full to FW B and Nexus A but Exstart/DRother to FW A.
In the Cisco documentation it doesn't say that my deployment is not supported but it dies say that convergence times are not optimal at the moment and I do see failover times of around one minute when I lose a FW.
My question is, has anyone else configured this setup and are my OSPF states as they should be for where Cisco is with the technology or have I got something completely wrong in my configuration?
We have configured the outside and inside Interface with official ipv6 adresses, set a default route on outside Interface to our router, we also have definied a rule , which also gets hits, to permit tcp from inside Interface to any6.
In Syslog I also se...