Testing two C4510R+E chassis VSS in quad supervisor 7-E configuration.
All 4 sups. had the same basic configuration – converted to VSS and added VSL ports (same in each chassis).
During testing I inserted one more linecard to each chassis and added one port from the card to VSL. All worked fine. Then I removed active sup., booted previously ROMMON booted sup. to IOS and config was synchronized from ACTIVE to STANDBY sup. and VSL config was updated. Again, all worked fine.
But the I realized incorrect seting of calendar so I began to change UTC calendar time from factory to local setting. Change active - active synchronizes to standby, switchover, boot second sup. etc. But after second switchover, on ACTIVE sup console appeared warning, that config was synchronized from STANDBY to ACTIVE!
First I was thinking about version revisions of configuration – higher revision would have higher priority, but did not find any information about it so could the time synchronization be problem.? I was changing approx. +7h from factory settings.
Does anybody have any experience with this behavior?
Note: the log bellow is from Active sup. that had factory time setting and Standby sup. (probably) had updated time.
*Jul 30 07:41:53.631: %C4K_REDUNDANCY-6-MODE: ACTIVE supervisor initializing for sso mode
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Attached policy provides CLI access to the Cisco 4G router over text messaging. Two files are in the attached .tar file:
2. PDF with instructions on how to load and use the .tcl file.