I had a stack of 3750 witht the latest IOS version.
When I reboot the switch, I have all CDP from neighbor.
After few hours, the table is empty and no way to retreive it.
clear cdp, no cdp, cdp,...
The only suitable way is to reboot completely the stack.
If I do a debug cdp event.
I receive the message below but I didn't find any comment on CCO.
Sep 28 08:36:03 UTC: CDP-EV: No space for insertion of civic location Sep 28 08:36:03 UTC: CDP-EV: No space (1080) for insertion of location information information. Sep 28 08:36:04 UTC: CDP-EV: No space for insertion of civic location Sep 28 08:36:04 UTC: CDP-EV: No space (1079) for insertion of location information information. Sep 28 08:36:04 UTC: CDP-EV: No space for insertion of civic location
And I have a subsediary question. I have the same trouble with the VTP.
If I create a new VLAN on the switch attached to it, The new vlan didn't appear on this specific stack.
We have other stack with the same IOS and all is working fine for the other.
sh vtp status VTP Version capable : 1 to 3 VTP version running : 1 VTP Domain Name : EU-Backbone VTP Pruning Mode : Disabled VTP Traps Generation : Disabled Device ID : 0023.058c.2980 Configuration last modified by 192.168.44.254 at 9-23-10 18:30:02 Local updater ID is 192.168.250.199 on interface Vl502 (lowest numbered VLAN interface found)
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