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Line Protocol state change on Cisco-ACE-Module

Hello

We have 2 Cisco ACE service modules in a failover cluster configuration. The modules are running on version A2(3.0) in transparent and multicontext mode.

Almost every night I see lots of following messages:

Mar 30 23:59:41 <host> Mar 30 2010 23:59:40 <context>: %ACE-4-411002: Line protocol on Interface vlan1101, changed state to down
Mar 30 23:59:41 <host> Mar 30 2010 23:59:40 <context>: %ACE-4-411002: Line protocol on Interface vlan1117, changed state to down
Mar 30 23:59:41 <host> Mar 30 2010 23:59:40 <context>: %ACE-4-411002: Line protocol on Interface vlan1121, changed state to down
Mar 30 23:59:41 <host> Mar 30 2010 23:59:40 <context>: %ACE-4-411001: Line protocol on Interface vlan1121, changed state to up
Mar 31 00:00:11 <host> Mar 31 2010 00:00:10 <context>: %ACE-4-411001: Line protocol on Interface vlan1101, changed state to up
Mar 31 00:00:11 <host> Mar 31 2010 00:00:10 <context>: %ACE-4-411001: Line protocol on Interface vlan1117, changed state to up

In the Cisco messages guide I found that one should check the line if this message appears. But which line? Theese vlans are not connected over a line (at least not an external) but directly over the backplane with the switch.

Does anybody know how to interpret theese messages and what to do against?

Thanks in advance

Patrik

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Re: Line Protocol state change on Cisco-ACE-Module

Ahh ...

It seems the icmp-guard was the source of this problem. After issuing the 'no icmp-guard' command the lines seem to be stable.

In our environment it's no problem to disable the icmp-guard as we use the ace as pure loadbalancer with additional fwsm firewalls in front of it.

regards

Patrik

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Re: Line Protocol state change on Cisco-ACE-Module

No, it was not only the icmp-guard option but the resource allocation.

Now I changed the resource allocation to an oversubscribing model. Now it works fine.

regards

Patrik

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