I am currently running 3.3 and TAC will not support it. I am working to upgrade to 4.2 soon (software has been sitting around for 2 years from my predecessor). My big issue that can't wait until the upgrade is:
Anytime I replicate from my Primary server, it will change any Juniper BXR devices' "authenticate using" from Juniper to Marconi. I have to go in and manually change all of them back after a replication. So I turned auto-replicate off, but in prepping for the upgrade (organizing groups, cleaning up users, correcting permissions etc.) Its causing a lot of problems.
Ok, corruption issue and re-imaging makes sense. I've never done that and upgrading is going to be my first attempt with a server. I was hoping upgrading would fix it anyway...
Is there a way to login (web) and overwrite the secondary with a good secondary or the primary? Do I have to go through the entire "reformat" the appliance (not sure if I mentioned it the appliance not a windows server) to accomplish this? Or is there another way?
Ok, sorry for the delay. I upgraded all of the servers and am still having the replication issue. I was able to dig up some info on it though. I found that if the VSA's under Interface Configuration do not match...then it will cause my issue. On one bad server I was missing a VSA (Marconi) and the other has all of the primaries but is in a different order. Apparently it checks by slot. So if a VSA is in a slot that that it expects to dind say Laurel but finds Marconi...it will change the "authenticate using" box in the NDG devices. I was able to add the missing VSA to the one....but cannot figure out how to change the order. When I added the VSA to the one having missing issues....it put it in the middle of the order...so no rhyme or reason.
I was wanting to try deleting them all and then red-adding them...but knowing it puts them in a random (so it appears to me) I don't think it will help. Our Cisco rep said the GUI display of the order is not accurate anyway. He said the actual slot order is in the database...which I don't know how to see. I know you can change the slot number in the CSV when you add a device....but I don't know the numbering scheme for the slots. Cisco said 1-10 is taken by default?Help?
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