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Incompatible tunnel type in BGP update

PDT: %MDT-4-INCOMPATIBLE_TUNNEL_TYPE: Incompatible tunnel type in BGP update router_id:192.168.201.10 RD:1200:12 type:1; local tunnel_type:0

added a new PE. double checked configuration and it looks same as other PE.

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Re: Incompatible tunnel type in BGP update

Hello Sungy,

I would suggest to check the IOS version of new PE it is likely newer and the message may be originated by this fact (different BGP defaults)

Hope to help

Giuseppe

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Incompatible tunnel type in BGP update

do you have "ip pim ssm default" on both IOS boxes?

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What range you are using for

What range you are using for the SSM? Probably a good idea to specify the range if you using outside the default SSM range. Sample config below - modify the range as per your assignments. Cisco IOS software allows SSM configuration for an arbitrary subset of the IP multicast address range 224.0.0.0 through 239.255.255.255.

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ip pim ssm range SSM-Range

!

ip access-list standard SSM-Range

permit 224.0.0.0 0.255.255.255

!

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%MDT-4-INCOMPATIBLE_TUNNEL

%MDT-4-INCOMPATIBLE_TUNNEL_TYPE: Incompatible tunnel type in BGP update router_id:5.5.5.5 RD:2.2.2.2:10 type:1 tunnel_type:4; local tunnel_type:0

 

Thanks , saved my time its the mis match between SSM range.. after correcting the SSM range tunnel came up .

 

DR change from neighbor 2.2.2.2 to 19.19.19.19 on interface Tunnel1

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